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Monday, October 6, 2014

Whistleblower Reward Lawyer: Large Financial Rewards Are Being Offered to Persons That Properly Expose Significant Fraud by Whistleblower Reward Lawyer

Whistleblower Reward Lawyer: Large Financial Rewards Are Being Offered to Persons That Properly Expose Procurement Fraud, Medicare Fraud, Investment Fraud, and Other Forms of Fraud by Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

In our modern society, committing fraud on a mass scale has allowed some banks, hospitals, defense contractors, health care companies, construction companies, investment brokers, hedge fund managers, multinational companies, and other large corporations to become extremely rich.  These fraudulent schemes can often be difficult to detect and often allow these large corporations to get away with millions or billions of dollars.  In fact, it is estimated that over each year large corporations get away with over $2 Trillion in procurement fraud, over $1 Trillion in investment fraud, and over $100 Billion in Medicare/Medicaid fraud.

In response to this massive fraud that has been committed against the United States government, several states, and the American public, the federal government and several states have enacted whistleblower reward laws that offer large financial rewards to individuals and businesses that properly expose fraud and government corruption. Included in many of these laws are whistleblower protections that in some cases allow whistleblowers to anonymously report fraud and corruption through a lawyer.  In other cases there are strong protections against retaliation that provide legal recourse against employers that wrongfully terminate or retaliate against whistleblowers for exposing fraud.

These whistleblower reward laws allow whistleblowers to receive large financial rewards of 10% to 30% of the money that is collected by the government.  To date billions of dollars have been paid to whistleblowers that have properly exposed significant fraud.

For more information on whistleblower reward laws, please go to the following web pages: Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer or Whistleblower Reward Information.

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