Modupe Adunni Martin has re-entered her plea of not-guilty to 10 counts of insurance fraud. In February 2009, Martin was a custodian for the Sequoia Union High School District when she started to claim that she injured her ankle during work. For six months she pretended to be injured and used crutches in order to fool doctors for workers compensation. She was acting suspicious, so investigators started using hidden cameras to keep an eye on her. One day after her appointment, Martin walked to her car and tossed the crutches into the back seat. She then drove to a nearby gas station where she changed into high heels and went into a public park close by. Martin met up with her boyfriend for a romantic date, which included activity that a doctor said could not be done with an injured ankle. She is currently free on a $40,000 bail.
Fraud expert Linda Webb, aka The Fraud Dog, says that this fraudster’s own self pleasure exposed her fraud scam. Let’s face it, when you lead a life of crime, you will always be running from the law. The Fraud Dog hopes to get every American involved in fighting fraud with her fraud awareness campaign. It is time to stop the fraudsters in their tracks. With a stronger stance on fraud awareness and more American’s fighting the fraudster, we can stop people from a life of crime. Committing fraud will not enhance your life and especially when looking for love. Meeting someone for the first time while committing fraud is not as they say, “starting out on the right foot,” says Linda Webb, The Fraud Dog. Think first before committing fraud – it is not worth it.
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