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Pennsylvania licensing scam

By: staff

Date: 2015-06-17

A former Pennsylvania licensing examiner has been charged with 56 counts of tampering with public records or information and 56 counts of unlawful use of a computer. The charges allege that, while employed as a license examiner , Robert Ferrari Sr. accepted amounts of between $150 and $1,000 in return for fraudulent licenses. Mr Ferrari was already charged with selling fraudulent commercial driver licenses. It is alleged that he used middlemen who brought him clients and that he was circumventing the checks and balances used to detect duplicate licenses. There are 19 suspects in the CDL license fraud charges, which were filed in late September and early October, and are being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney's Office in part, since it's a federal crime to obtain a fraudulent CDL license. Read more

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