mail fraud


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Noun1.mail fraud - use of the mails to defraud someonemail fraud - use of the mails to defraud someone
fraud - intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
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She and the 12 other parents agreed to plead guilty Monday to a single charge of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.
Giannulli were charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, and were each released on $1 Million bail.
Gerard Evans, who was convicted of mail fraud 18 years ago, Wednesday released audio of one voice mail left by Jealous in which the candidate outlines his campaign and appears to be seeking support.
There was plenty of evidence to convict Stochel of mail fraud, and the judge's sentencing rulings were sound.
The indictment includes charges of mail fraud, wire fraud, false statements, money laundering and aggravated identity theft.
The DOJ alleged violations of the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (FIRREA), based on mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, and other misconduct.
Nicholas Ochs, 54, was charged by indictment with one count of disaster benefits fraud, five counts of mail fraud, I and one count of theft of government funds.
On June 28, Moates was sentenced to 12.5 years in federal prison on one count each of mail fraud, theft of government funds, theft from an employee benefit plan, money laundering and two counts of wire fraud.
Paul Burks, who owned the North Carolina business that operated ZeekRewards, was convicted in July of four counts--wire and mail fraud conspiracy, wire fraud, mail fraud, and tax fraud conspiracy--after a three-week trial.
"We prefer not to answer any email stating the win in the form of prize money or gifts in order to avoid falling into the trap of a mail fraud," the tweet said.
Perkins pleaded guilty in May to one count of mail fraud.
WORCESTER -- A 50-year-old man from Foxboro pleaded guilty Friday to federal mail fraud charges after prosecutors alleged he stole more than $1 million from a portable toilet business and used the money for expenses, including season tickets to the New England Patriots.