Americas Watchdog Seeks Financial Partners to Go After US Medicare/Medicaid Fraud Cases Involving Hospitals & Nursing Homes With the Potential for Large Rewards

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Americas Watchdog is one of the best known consumer groups in the US. The group has a sterling reputation with many leading US law firms & and consumer groups. For over four years Americas Watchdog's Corporate Whistle blower Center has been investigating massive Medicare & Medicaid fraud on the part of major US hospitals & nursing homes. Americas Watchdog estimates that Medicare or Medicaid fraud is a $20 billion dollar+ per year disaster. The US government offers a reward of 15% or more, for provable information related to Medicare or Medicaid fraud. Americas Watchdog now wants to work with an investor/partner in each of 20 cities where Medicare or Medicaid fraud is the worst. According to the group, "we want to team up with an investor in specific cities where we know Medicare or Medicaid fraud is rampant, to put a big dent in the problem, and to get possibly very well paid for doing so. Investors/Partners who might have an interest in this are welcome to call the group at 866-714-6466

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These are but a few of the issues that we intend to go after and expose. The great thing for an investor/partner in one of targeted cities is, we have experience doing every aspect of the investigation, we know exactly what we are looking for, and we have a great plan that should produce dramatic results for everyone involved.

Americas Watchdog and its Corporate Whistle Blower Center have put in four years investigating Medicare or Medicaid over billing across the US. According to the group, "If the average tax payer knew how bad Medicare or Medicaid fraud and over billing were, there would be a revolt. It's so bad that on the low end we figure at a minimum Medicare/Medicaid fraud-over billing costs tax payers an extra $20 billion dollars each year. Because the US government offers a reward of 15% or more, we intend to get a financial partner in each of the worst cities for Medicare or Medicaid fraud and over billing to attack the problem, expose the bad guys, and get well paid for doing it." Potential Investors/Partners can call Americas Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466 to find out more.

So what types of medical issues is the group looking for its Medicare or Medicaid fraud investigation?

  • Hospitals charging for services that were never needed such as heart caths or stents.
  • Hospitals charging for services or material that was never provided to the patient.
  • Hospitals in bed with drug companies, or medical device companies overcharging for the drugs or the medical device.
  • Nursing homes not providing patients with minimum time par day.
  • Nursing homes over billing Medicare for testing that was never done.
  • Nursing homes not changing patients for a 24 hour period of time. (the patient then gets septic infections and then they often die)
  • Nursing-home care firms that instead of sending a actual nurse, they send a undocumented worker to spend the day with the patient.

According to Americas Watchdog, "These are but a few of the issues that we intend to go after and expose. The great thing for an investor/partner in one of targeted cities is, we have experience doing every aspect of the investigation, we know exactly what we are looking for, and we have a great plan that should produce dramatic results for everyone involved."

The targeted cities considered to be the worst with respect to Medicare/Medicaid fraud are:

  • Los Angeles
  • Las Vegas
  • Baltimore
  • Detroit
  • Chicago
  • Phoenix
  • Houston
  • New Orleans
  • Miami
  • Atlanta
  • Philadelphia
  • Dallas
  • San Diego
  • San Fransisco
  • Washington DC
  • Orlando
  • Jacksonville
  • Tuscon
  • Orange County, California
  • Tampa/Saint Pete

According to Americas Watchdog the ideal Partner/Investor would be a physician, a medical or health care professional, a health care attorney, a health care CPA, or business executive with a back ground in health care, personal injury law firms. These types of folks will know exactly what we are talking about, the will understand the scope of the problem, and if they are in one of our target markets, they will understand exactly what our specific targets are. Most importantly, they will understand the potential earnings that can be generated from this type of project. These type individuals should call us anytime at 866-714-6466.

Individuals who might be interested in Americas Watchdog's Medicare/Medicaid fraud project should be informed that this is a one on one partnership/investment opportunity. In other words, one investor, one investigation per city. Americas Watchdog's Corporate Whistle Blowers web site is located at Http://AmericasWatchdog.Com and their contact number is 866-714-6466.

Americas Watchdog is all about consumer protection and corporate responsibility.

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