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OAP forged dead partner's signature and pocketed £84,000 of his pension over 10 years
Janet Hill failed to inform Aviva Insurance that Gerald Billington had died in 2006 and withdrew more than £7,000 a year until she was caught

A cheat forged her dead partner’s signature to claim his pension for nearly 10 years, a court heard.

Janet Hill, 78, pocketed £83,824 after repeatedly forging Gerald Billington’s signature to access his money after he died.


Ms Hill failed to inform his insurance company of his death in 2006 and instead changed his address to hers and withdrew more than £7,000 a year.

Her scam was only uncovered when Aviva Insurance received a letter from HMRC stating the date of Mr Billington’s death.

Police launched an investigation and discovered the pensioner had spent all of the money.

She claimed she originally starting taking the cash after she loaned Mr Billington £10,000 to buy a car and then he died without paying her back.

But when she went undetected she carried on cashing in.

Bournemouth Crown Court heard details of how the retired draughtswoman repeatedly forged Mr Billington’s signature in order to be able to access the cash.

Two years after Mr Billington died, Hill changed his address from a property in Wolverhampton to her new home in Poole, Dorset.

Simon Edwards, prosecuting, said: “Payments should have ceased but Aviva were not alerted that he was dead and during a 10-year period this defendant submitted a number of documents with forged signatures to obtain continued payment of the money.”
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Comptroller DiNapoli & A.G. Schneiderman Announce Arrest of Upstate Woman for Theft of over $67K in NYS Pension Benefits, $19K Welfare Fraud
Tammy Banack Allegedly Stole $67K in Pension Benefits Intended for Her Deceased Mother over Nearly 6 Years
Defendant also Charged with Stealing $19K in Medicaid Benefits through Onondaga County Department of Social Services
DiNapoli & Schneiderman: We Will Continue Working to Root Out and Prosecute Pension and Welfare Fraud to the Fullest Extent
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today the unsealing of a five-count indictment charging Tammy Banack, a resident of Kirkville, New York, with one count of Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, a class C felony, one count of Welfare Fraud in the Third Degree, a class D felony, two counts of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class D felony, and one count of Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree, a class E felony.
Banack is alleged to have stolen over $67,000 in pension benefits issued by the New York State and Local Employees Retirement System to her deceased mother, Rosemary Banack, between January 2010 and July 2015. Banack is also charged with fraudulently obtaining over $19,000 in welfare benefits administered by the Onondaga County Department of Social Services by concealing the pension income on her application and re-certifications of eligibility for Medicaid assistance.
"When her mother died, Tammy Banack concealed the death from the New York State & Local Retirement System to steal $67,000," said State Comptroller DiNapoli. "I thank Attorney General Schneiderman for partnering with us to find and prosecute those who steal public retirement funds.”

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According to documents filed with the court today, Banack’s father, Anthony Banack, was a New York State pensioner who retired in 1991. At the time of his retirement, Anthony Banack selected to receive his pension as a Pop Up Joint Allowance Half, which provided him with a reduced pension benefit but allowed him to pass on pension payments to his wife, Rosemary Banack, at the time of his death. Anthony Banack died in 2004, and Rosemary Banack ultimately began to receive her share of monthly pension benefits via direct deposit to a joint bank account she held with Tammy Banack.
Rosemary Banack died on December 31, 2009. According to prosecutors, Tammy Banack is listed as the informant on her death certificate. However, prosecutors allege that Tammy Banack concealed Rosemary Banack’s death from Citizens Bank and the Retirement System, in order to maintain the joint bank account to which the pension benefits were issued. Tammy Banack then systematically accessed the account and withdrew the funds or spent them on herself as they were issued. All told, prosecutors allege Tammy Banack stole over $67,000 in pension benefits until the Retirement System discovered her mother’s death in mid-2015.
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Comptroller DiNapoli & A.G. Schneiderman Announce Arrest of Brooklyn Man for Allegedly Pocketing over $23K in Deceased Mother's Pension Benefits
Jimmie Buie of Brooklyn Allegedly Stole Over $23K in State Pension Benefits Issued to Deceased Mother
DiNapoli & Schneiderman: Today’s Arrest Exemplifies Our Commitment to Rooting Out and Fully Prosecuting
Pension Fraud
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today the unsealing of a one-count indictment charging Jimmie Buie, a resident of Brooklyn, with Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class D felony. Jimmie Buie is alleged to have stolen over $23,000 in pension benefits issued by the New York State and Local Employees Retirement System to his deceased mother, Sandra Buie, between May 2011 and December 2012.
"Jimmie Buie allegedly profited over $23,000 from his mother's death by stealing her retirement checks," said State Comptroller DiNapoli. "Our fight against pension fraud has led to more than 20 arrests and $2.7 million in ordered recoveries. My message is clear: If you try to get away with pension fraud, we will find you and hold you responsible. I thank Attorney General Schneiderman for his continued partnership in rooting out public corruption."
"It is simply reprehensible to exploit the death of a loved one by stealing their pension benefits," said Attorney General Schneiderman. "Today’s arrest exemplifies our commitment to rooting out and prosecuting pension fraud to the fullest extent."
According to documents filed in Kings County Supreme Court today, Buie’s grandmother, Thelma Hairston, was a New York State pensioner who retired in 1995. At the time of her retirement, Thelma Hairston selected to receive her pension as a Pop Up Joint Allowance Half, which provided her with a reduced pension benefit, but allowed her to pass on pension payments to her daughter, Sandra Buie, at the time of her death. Thelma Hairston died in 1996, and Sandra Buie ultimately began to receive her share of monthly pension benefits.
Sandra Buie died on May 15, 2011. According to the investigation, Jimmie Buie is listed as the informant on her death certificate. However, prosecutors allege that Jimmie Buie, who lived in the apartment where the pension checks were mailed to, enlisted four associates to cash nineteen pension checks after Sandra Buie’s death. Jimmie Buie concealed Sandra Buie’s death from the Retirement System in order to continue receiving Sandra Buie’s pension payments. In total, prosecutors allege Jimmie Buie stole over $23,000 in pension benefits until the Retirement System discovered his mother’s death.
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Epileptic man who beat his mother to death files suit to get her pension


He killed his mom. Now he wants her money.

A Manhattan man, whose successful insanity plea kept him out of jail for beating his mother to death, sued Wednesday to cash in on her pension.

Henry Wachtel killed his English teacher mom in their Hell’s Kitchen apartment while he was having an epileptic seizure on April 10, 2012. He filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Supreme Court against the city’s teacher retirement system to collect Karyn Kay’s pension.

The lawsuit, filed Wednesday on Wachtel’s 24th birthday, says Wachtel is the listed beneficiary on his mother’s retirement account. His lawyer said he is the sole heir.

But in light of New York’s slayer rule, which prohibits killers from receiving any benefits from their victims’ estates, the retirement board held on to the money pending the outcome of Wachtel’s criminal case.

The board also did not tell Wachtel the size of the death benefit.

“After a lengthy investigation, the New York district attorney’s office recognized that Ms. Kay’s death was a tragedy, but not an intentional homicide,” the lawsuit says.

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Wachtel tried to get the money after he was criminally absolved in the case in 2014, but the retirement board wouldn’t budge.

The board said it would “require a signed court order to pay any death benefits for the account of Karyn Kay.”

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Wachtel has been living in a psychiatric hospital since his insanity plea.

“He hasn’t had a seizure in four years,” said attorney Lloyd Epstein, who represented Wachtel in his criminal case. “He has largely been cured. He’s doing very well.”

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Comptroller DiNapoli & A.G. Schneiderman Announce Felony Conviction of Upstate Woman for Pension Fraud and Welfare Fraud
Tammy Banack Admits Stealing over $67K Pension Benefits Intended for Her Deceased Mother
Defendant Agrees to Repay Stolen Pension Benefits and Additional $19K in Welfare Benefits Wrongfully Obtained Through Onondaga County Department of Social Services

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today the conviction of Tammy Banack, a resident of Kirkville, New York, of the crime of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class D felony. Banack pleaded guilty today before Hon. Stephen J. Dougherty in Onondaga County Court in satisfaction of a five-count indictment handed up against her earlier this month charging her with stealing pension benefits issued to her deceased mother and fraudulently obtaining $19,000 in welfare benefits from the Onondaga County Department of Social Services.
As part of her plea today, Banack admitted stealing over $67,000 in pension benefits issued by the New York State and Local Retirement System to her deceased mother, Rosemary Banack, between January 2010 and July 2015. Banack agreed to execute a confession of judgment in favor of the Retirement System for the pension money she stole, and also agreed to execute confessions of judgment in favor of the Onondaga County Department of Services and Fidelis Care, Inc., for welfare benefits she wrongfully obtained by concealing the stolen pension money.
"Ms. Banack tried to scam the pension fund by stealing more than $67,000 in benefits. She is now a convicted criminal," said State Comptroller DiNapoli. "I will continue to protect the members and the assets of the New York State and Local Retirement System and work with Attorney General Schneiderman to catch anyone who attempts to steal benefits to which they are not entitled."
"To exploit the death of a loved one for personal gain at the expense of hardworking taxpayers is reprehensible," said Attorney General Schneiderman. "Today's conviction sends the message that those who commit pension fraud will be caught and brought to justice."
According to documents previously filed with the court, Banack's father, Anthony Banack, was a New York State pensioner who retired in 1991. At the time of his retirement, Anthony Banack selected to received his pension as a Pop Up Joint Allowance Half, which provided him with a reduced pension benefit but allowed him to pass on pension payments to his wife, Rosemary Banack, at the time of his death. Anthony Banack died in 2004, and Rosemary Banack ultimately began to receive her share of monthly pension benefits via direct deposit to a joint bank account she held at Citizens Bank with Tammy Banack.

Rosemary Banack died on December 31, 2009. Tammy Banack concealed Rosemary Banack's death from Citizens Bank and the Retirement System, in order to maintain the joint bank account to which the pension benefits were issued. Tammy Banack then systematically accessed the account and withdrew the funds or spent them on herself as they were issued. All told, Banack stole over $67,000 in pension benefits until the Retirement System discovered her mother's death in mid-2015.
Further, in November 2012, Banack applied for and wrongfully obtained Medicaid assistance with the Onondaga County Department of Social Services. Banack falsely underreported her monthly income to the Onondaga County Department of Social Services by concealing the approximately $1,000 per month in pension benefits she was taking both on her original application and in two subsequent re-certifications of eligibility for benefits. As a result, Banack wrongfully obtained over $12,000 in Medicaid payments and nearly $7,000 in managed care payments she was not actually entitled to from November 2012 through July 2015.
Banack will be sentenced on June 15, 2017 to time served and five years' probation, and will be ordered to repay the ill-gotten gains as imposed by the confessions of judgment.

The case is the latest joint investigation under the Operation Integrity partnership of the Attorney General and Comptroller, which to date has resulted in dozens of convictions and more than $11 million in restitution.
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West Seneca woman cashed dead mother's pension checks for 33 years

Pearlann MacVittie's mother died 33 years ago but her monthly pension checks never stopped arriving.

And MacVittie never stopped cashing them.

The 73-year-old West Seneca woman did not inform the pension fund of her mother's death and over the next three decades stole an estimated $291,070 in benefits intended for her late mother.

She pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Erie County Court Thursday and faces five years of probation when she is sentenced in June.

When MacVittie was confronted with evidence of her crime, investigators said she admitted falsely signing her mother’s name on annual pension benefit forms and went out of her way to make the handwriting look shaky as if it came from an older person.

“From the day her mother died, Pearlann MacVittie tarnished her memory," State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli said in a statement. “I thank my auditors and investigators for uncovering this brazen scam against the city and its taxpayers.”

An audit uncovered MacVittie's thefts from the City of Buffalo Firemen’s Pension Fund. The thefts began after her mother, Lola Martin, the widow of Buffalo firefighter William J. Martin, died in 1983.

Lola Martin was eligible for her late husband's pension benefits and was receiving about $325 a month at the time of her death. MacVittie failed to notify the pension fund of her mother's death and, by the time she was caught last year, the monthly benefit had increased to $935.

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Comptroller DiNapoli and A.G. Schneiderman Announce Felony Conviction of Woman Who Stole over $290,000 in Deceased Mother's Benefits from the Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund
Pearlann MacVittie Admits to 33-Year Larceny Totaling $291,070 from the City of Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund by Pretending to Be Her Deceased Mother
New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today the felony conviction of Pearlann MacVittie of West Seneca, New York, of the crime of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, a class D felony. MacVittie pleaded guilty this morning before the Hon. Kenneth F. Case in Erie County Court. She admitted that she had stolen benefits from the city of Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund that were intended for her late mother, who died in 1983.
"From the day her mother died, Pearlann MacVittie tarnished her memory by stealing $291,070 in pension checks in her mother's name from the city of Buffalo's Firemen's Pension Fund," said State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. "I thank my auditors and investigators for uncovering this brazen scam against the city and its taxpayers."
"Concealing the death of one's parent to steal from their pension shortchanges those who rely on these benefits — in this case, brave firefighters and their families," said Attorney General Schneiderman. "Today's conviction is evidence of our steadfast commitment to rooting out and prosecuting pension fraud."
According to the investigators, Lola Martin, the mother of defendant Pearlann MacVittie, was the widow of Buffalo fireman William J. Martin. After her husband's death, Lola Martin was eligible for his Firemen's Pension Fund benefit from the city of Buffalo during her lifetime. The Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund is administered by the city of Buffalo and is not part of the New York State and Local Retirement System.
Lola Martin died on September 10, 1983. MacVittie failed to notify the Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund of her mother's death, and instead continued to collect benefits to which she was not entitled. At the time of Lola Martin's death in 1983, she was receiving a pension benefit of approximately $325 per month from the Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund. Over the next 33 years, the monthly benefits increased, and by 2016 MacVittie was illegally collecting $935 per month. The total amount stolen by MacVittie from October 1983 through May 2016 was $291,070.

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Today's convictions are the result of an investigation conducted by the State Comptroller's Office and the Attorney General's Criminal Enforcement and Financial Crimes Bureau. This case is the latest joint investigation under the Operation Integrity partnership of the Attorney General and Comptroller, which to date has resulted in dozens of convictions and more than $11 million in restitution.
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Comptroller DiNapoli & A.G. Schneiderman Announce Sentence of Brooklyn Man for Stealing Over $22K in Deceased Mother's Pension Benefit
Jimmie Buie Concealed Mother’s Death for 19 Months; Sentenced To 1 ½ To 3 Years In State Prison

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced today the sentencing of Jimmie Buie, a Brooklyn resident, for stealing over $22,000 in pension benefits issued by the New York State and Local Employees Retirement System to his deceased mother, Sandra Buie, between May 2011 and December 2012. Jimmie Buie was convicted of Attempted Grand Larceny in the Third Degree and sentenced to 1 ½ to 3 years in state prison by the Honorable Elizabeth Foley in Kings County Supreme Court.
"Jimmie Buie concocted an elaborate scheme to steal his deceased mother’s pension," said State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. "Thanks to our investigators and the Attorney General, he’ll serve jail time and repay $22,000 to the New York State and Local Retirement System."
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According to statements made in court, Jimmie Buie’s grandmother, Thelma Hairston, was a New York State pensioner who retired in 1995. At the time of her retirement, Hairston selected to receive her pension as a Pop Up Joint Allowance Half, which provided her with a reduced pension benefit, but allowed her to pass on pension payments to her daughter, Sandra Buie, following Hairston's death. When Hairston died in 1996, Sandra Buie began to receive Hairston’s share of monthly pension benefits.

During Jimmie Buie’s guilty plea, he disclosed that his mother, Sandra Buie, died on May 15, 2011. However, Jimmie Buie, who lived in the apartment where the pension checks were mailed to each month, admitted that he enlisted help from four associates to cash 19 pension checks after Sandra Buie’s death. Jimmie Buie concealed his mother’s death from the Retirement System in order to continue receiving her pension payments. In total, Jimmie Buie stole over $22,000 in pension benefits before the Retirement System discovered his mother’s death.
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A western New York woman will not go to jail for collecting her dead mother's pension payments for more than 30 years.

June 23, 2017, at 12:08 a.m.

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York woman will not go to jail for collecting her dead mother's pension payments for more than 30 years.

State officials say Pearlann MacVittie was sentenced Thursday to five years of probation and 300 hours of community service.

MacVittie of the Buffalo suburb of West Seneca pleaded guilty in April to grand larceny. She acknowledges stealing nearly $300,000 in benefits from the City of Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund.

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A western New York woman will not go to jail for collecting her dead mother's pension payments for more than 30 years.

June 23, 2017, at 12:08 a.m.

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A western New York woman will not go to jail for collecting her dead mother's pension payments for more than 30 years.

State officials say Pearlann MacVittie was sentenced Thursday to five years of probation and 300 hours of community service.

MacVittie of the Buffalo suburb of West Seneca pleaded guilty in April to grand larceny. She acknowledges stealing nearly $300,000 in benefits from the City of Buffalo Firemen's Pension Fund.
Of course she won't. Her time is a bargain at $1000 per hour.
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Woman Draws Pension of Her Dead Sister for Ten Years!

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Rajamma, resident of Veeradevanapura in the taluk, had died October 7, 2007. Her elder sister Shantamma, was drawing her (younger sister's) pension thus duping the Bank. .....
The surprising part is, every year, the pensioner has to personally go to the Bank and sign on the Life Certificate. How was it possible for Shanthamma to draw the pension for ten years without the Bank being aware of it? The Bank people after all these years, finally had a doubt and lodged a complaint with the Nanjangud Town Police who have registered a case and are investigating.

(The flip side is -- it is a sorry sight to see the very old and infirm who are not able to climb the steps of the Banks or Government offices located in the first or second floors [1st floor [US]= 2nd floor [UK/India]..always used to confuse me], struggling to climb the steps with the help of their relatives to go and sign the certificates.)
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