Title IV-D Program Serves the Greedy Not the Needy: More Child Support Fraud Reports
A Gas Station Owner is out over $15,000.00 for fraudulent unpaid child support debit card transactions but more importantly a total of approximately $82,0000.00 of money was spent without pin number verification. The Morning Star published a story called "Fraudulent Support Spree" on July 4, 2007. The curious thing is that charges have not been filed against the woman that was utilizing the State funds and the story makes no mention relating to the money not being allocated to the children for their expenses. Lack of Accountability and other major problems are a growing class of occurrences plaguing the overcrowded State Title IV-D programs where over half the participants in the Title IV-D program are middle and upper-class families that should not receive services through free-for-all welfare funding associated with the Federal Title IV-D. The current program unfortunately focuses on State revenue generation rather than actual aid to needy families which adds to the widespread problems being reported across the nation.
Child Support Program Plagued With Problems
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