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Acc Fraud Phantom ERC payments

#1 User is offline   Spacecadet 

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 08:18 AM

In my investigation into this issue I was recently shown Pathways files by a claimant. What these files showed was most disturbing.

It appears that in the period 1985 through to 1992, an ACC manager Carol Hughes created multiple claim files for a claimant. These multiple claim files, with fictitious injuries, show regular weekly payment of ERC over a period of years totalling some $100,000s. This particular claim file over this period had the case managers of Mike O'Riley and Justine Collier.

It is interesting to note that the “real life claimant” did not receive these payments. This raises the question "Who did these payments go to?" ACC are aware of this, as the claimant has since been reimbursed for all of these years of missing payments, albeit over ten years later. However ACC have offered no explanation for their record of weekly payments over the years when they were not being received by the claimant.

I believe that this is not an isolated case and I am posting this so any long term claimants who recognise the ACC staff listed can check their records for these phantom payments.
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#2 User is offline   Alan Thomas 

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 09:24 AM

Ms Hughes was involved with my case around this time. I have multiple claim numbers for the same accident. My prime injury was always a wrist injury. I had never sought surgery for my elbow. The notion is ridiculous. The ACC arranged surgery for my elbow, sent me an ultimatum to have the surgery or face suspension to the wrong address and suspended my entitlements. when that did not work the fraud allegation begun based on my sending a medical certificate through a company fax machine where the ACC had beeen told in writing that I would be at that company.



From the Court Transcript 1999 about 1990 -1992 stuff

3 Q. Well, did anything change as a result of that
4 interview? Did you make any decision to reinstate
16.01 5 ERC or the private hospital authorisation?
6 A. Without consulting the file I can't recall what the
7 outcome of that interview had been.
8 Q. Could you consult your file, please?
9 A. As a result of that interview it looks as though
16.0210 further investigations were made and with different
11 individuals as well as awaiting a documented report
12 from ICIL.
13 Q. Was any decision made to reinstate ERC or private
14 hospital treatment?
16.0215 A. It doesn't appear to be at this stage, no.
16 Q. If you look at item 42, is that your memorandum?
17 A. Yes, it is.
18 Q. And is it dated the 5th of November 1991?
19 A. Yes, it is.
16.0320 Q. And had you -- do you recall discussing this file
21 with your superior, John Orange?
22 A. Not specifically.
23 Q. Do you recall from reading the first paragraph of
24 that memo that you have recorded that the injury
16.0325 changed from being an elbow to a wrist?
26 A. That's correct.
27 Q. And then there's a suggestion from someone called
28 Carol Hughes, who is Carol Hughes?
29 A. She was a senior client officer at that stage.
16.0330 Q. Yes.
31 A. And had undertaken the role of acting branch manager
32 at one point in this while --
...

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11 A. The suggestion had been made by Carol Hughes and
12 with reference to what I wasn't sure. I can't
13 recall.
14 Q. Does that memorandum seem to suggest that it was on
16.0615 the 5th of November 1991 that you recognised that
16 the condition changed from elbow injury to wrist
17 injury?
18 A. I think definitely that but probably more so from
19 discussions with Mr Thomas at the interview on the
16.0620 18th of October would have led to all of that
21 information being discussed.
22 Q. Yes. Well, wasn't the report from Mr Tonkin
23 reviewed by Mr Spence in about March of that year,
24 reporting to you that it was a wrist and not an
16.0725 elbow?
26 A. That's correct.


It goes without saying that this is not the only anomaly but one that has been covered up so they must know about it.

I have always thought that there is far more to my case than meets the eye, as if somebody is trying to cover something up because I dug to much and ask for wrong information to be corrected all the time. ACC still do not correct the wrong information. It would seem that the ACC want to bury me no matter what.
I wonder why??
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 09:30 AM

GREETINGS,
This is of a similar nature...
WORK INJURY CLAIM DENIED... BUT TREATMENT FOR THIS INJURY, PAID FOR BY ACC, ONGOING SINCE OCT. 1983, and still required ...
1... NO CLAIM... based on 6 year old records of a"misdiagnosis for arthritis"(from previous WORK INJURY), for this "new work injury".= B.S.

2... Reality is... AND THIS IS FROM THE B.M's mouth...
A "FULL FILE" is only created if claimant recieves compo for, at the very least, "Travel expenses".
And this "file" for provider payments "disappears" at end of financial year... and is not "A Claimants File"...

3.. NO travel expenses were ever paid... NO ERC for this work accident injury... <_<

4... Documents...IN MY FILES... based on info from Whangarei ACC to Ministers,
state, " The Corporation gave cover for this WORK injury"...
Which means that ERC entitlement was as of right as per the legislation...
but was denied and never recieved...

5... 1992, ACC accepted new evidence from their OWN ASSESSOR and agreed to pay lump sum = 19% impairment for 1977 and 1983 WORK Injuries... BUT refused to reinstate ERC... which has been paid on 1977 WORK injury, up to Sept 1978, when ACC exited, based on the "Misdiagnosis"...

6... 1995/6... Archives doc. states "File for 1983" destroyed"... this "Surfaced" as the matters of ERC were heading to the Apeals court re ACC refusal to reinstate ERC...
Eariler review... reviewer stated it was ""prejudicial to the Coporation to allow a late appliation for review"...
I was not reviewing the dropped review of 1978/9... I was reviewing the issue of ACC denying reinstatement of ERC in 1993... Law states If you are reinstated and back pay is due... ERC is reinstated FIRST, then back pay is calculated and paid... (this is exactly how it was done after decision from courts to reinstate in 2003)
All attempts to obtain by O.I.A. on this file or info, has been "Fobbed off", and only 1 line of detail of 1983 has surfaced, that gives no info... other than there was a 1983 claim lodged...

7... SO ... one must ask, why was there a file for the 1983 claim if this claim was denied, and no payments ever paid to claimant... AND Why was treatment for injury paid for if ACC stated, 5 days after accident,
"Diagnosis of arthritis years earlier, = no entitlement to ERC, Go away"... No Claim processed...

8... This is not the only case like this where an old claim has been revived or a claim finally accepted...
AT WHANGAREI... and in these cases there has been ongoing crap re back pay of ERC...
and indications of payments made, but never recieved, or B... S... info, lost files / documents... Alterations of info / documents...

AND... what of the B.M that was convicted for theft / fraud during the Mid 80's to mid 90's...

This "Subject" has been raised several times, since 1993, with several, at Whangarei ACC...
And the "Body language", is clear... "ITS A VERY TOUCHY SUBJECT"... ;)

SOMETHING HAS HIGH FISHY PONG HERE... = COVER UP... <_<
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 09:58 AM

Further to this posting.

Mr Barry Davis, former Corporate secretary has been "sitting in" on the role of Branch Manager for Whangarei for the past 3 or 4 years. A new branch manager has just been appointed and Mr Davis is remaining in a PR role for the next year or two.

The rumour is that Mr Davis was sent from Shamrock House to "sit" on the problem. More than a $million has been paid out that I know about to "push this matter under the carpet" and I understand there still is about $3 million left in the fund?
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Posted 01 October 2007 - 10:22 AM

Greetings,
S.C. U are not wrong... ;)

Been a few LARGE payouts up this way of recent times... But that is only "Hearsay"... No one wants to give out details... <_<

I want the rest of what I am truely entitle to... And I might just "Go away".... B)
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Posted 04 October 2007 - 04:27 PM

We do not believe Whangarei Branch is the only ACC Branch that has had "DISHONEST BEHAVIOUR".

Concerns have also been raised to other Branches as to why there was "DISCREPANCIES" in the SUM PAID into that of ones bank account and the figures which were much higher on the P.A.Y.E certificate from ACC in relation to a claim in the late 1980's / 1990's.

Oddly enough ACC staff NEVER responded to concerns in regards to this.

WAS it the case manager syphoning off funds at the time and how
often does this go on UNDETECTED ?????

Does anyone know the name of the Auckland Branch MANAGER of ACC at the time?

The name MICHELLE GUNNS rings a bell but it may have been before her time.

Does anyone know if SARAH MCFARLAND is still working for ACC ?
She at least sorted things out without THE CRAP some staff inflict on INJURED PEoPLE.
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Posted 04 October 2007 - 04:57 PM

:wub: Hi everyone ...

:wacko: Dosen't sometimes greed do funny things ?

;) Love watching those who done it programmes ...
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Posted 14 April 2010 - 01:36 PM

:wub: Hi everyone ...




Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ha been watching a couple of those " Cold Cases " programes on T.V. recently ...



:D Even after loooooooooooooooong periods of time the good guys always get there man ... hoooooooooray ...


And ...


Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr woman !


:P They do some digging and record details accurately pinpointing the problem ... rather simple solutions ...


Then everyone can settle down and live happily once again ...


Couple of questions are ...


Who flung dung and will he fling more ?


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Posted 10 November 2011 - 09:59 PM

Well this says a lot doesn't it in this decison relating to CAROL YVONNE McGREGOR and where money that was supposedly paid to her but was indeed paid to http://www.acc.co.nz staff members who did get caught and were rightly so charged with Criminal offences in the 1990's.

Who were the other three staff officers?

Were other claimants who were disadvantaged by these four(4)http://www.acc.co.nz staff officers informed that they to may have been subjected to finanical losses?


McGregor v Accident Compensation Corporation [2005] NZACC 160 (19 May 2005)

http://www.nzlii.org...C/2005/160.html

10] The SECOND debt of $100,300.00 was made up as follows;

[a] In February 1990 ACC accepted a claim from Mrs McGregor for a back injury. She had a further 14 days incapacity in 1994 after re-injuring her back getting into a spa pool. Although Mrs McGregor did not lodge a further claim for the 1994 injury, she received a total of $100,300.00 for attendant care. She was not aware until discovery of the file that a letter dated 18 April 2000, purported to be written and signed by her, was the basis for these payments.
She was advised by letter dated 3 October 2000 that the Corporation had agreed to award her a further 50 hours per week attendant care from February 1990 to January 1996. Mrs McGregor had not made a claim for attendant care for herself and because ACC had paid Douglas backdated loss of earnings entitlements for the period of incapacity from 1990-1996 she assumed that this letter headed BACKDATED ATTENDANT CARE, related to Douglas.

[c] The information contained in the letter dated 3 October 2000 came from a Fereita Fuatai. She, along with 3 other ACC Officers, was charged with and convicted of criminal offences relating to this claim ([b]and others
). Ms Fuatai gave some ACC money to family and friends. However, Mrs McGregor was the exception to this as she was neither. Mrs McGregor gave evidence at Ms Fuatai`s trial. There was no suggestion by ACC; Crown or Police that Mrs McGregor was involved in any way whatsoever with Ms Fuatai`s criminal activities.
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Posted 14 November 2011 - 02:23 PM

Who were the http://www.acc.co.nz staff who were dimissed & have left as a result of alleged forgery and dishonesty?

It is time people were named so those whom have files with them can right wrongdoings and receive apologies where necessary.

May we surmise more than one client in each case has been affected by this dishonest behaviour.

Was this matter ever refered to http://police.govt.nz as it should have been?



Beneficiary claims ACC forged his signature; [2 Edition]


BUTLER, Iain.

Manawatu Standard. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Apr 22, 2005.
pg. 1

Abstract (Summary)
ACC, in a statement to the Standard yesterday, said the investigation was wound up last month, having failed to prove anything conclusive, and no ACC staff were disciplined.

[Malcolm]'s advocate, ACC specialist Mervyn Castle, says the Serious Fraud Office was involved in the sampling, but ACC denies this.


ACC brought in a handwriting expert last year to test the legitimacy of a Palmerston North man's allegations a staff member forged his signature.

This is at least the third time an ACC staff member has been investigated for allegedly falsifying documents since February 2004. Two staff were later dismissed.

The man, whom the Manawatu Standard has agreed to identify only as "Malcolm", has been on an ACC benefit for a number of years, since a back injury prevented him working as a builder.

He flew to Australia in May last year to attend his brother-in- law's wedding.

On returning in July, he was called into ACC's Palmerston North office and shown a copy of an interim rehabilitation plan, signed with his initials. This showed that, on May 25, he had agreed to be sent to a vocational service provider to begin a return to work.

However, Malcolm says he can prove he was in Queensland at the time the document was signed, and had been there for five days.

He says ACC has never given a satisfactory explanation of what he alleges was a forgery.

"(I've had) no answer from any of the departments that have been involved to how the mystery signature got on the form."

He says he tried for months to get an investigation under way into the "mystery" initials, even spending $2000 to get an advocate to work on his behalf. But nothing happened.

In November, six months after the form was signed, ACC initiated an internal investigation after media began making inquiries about the case.

A handwriting specialist was brought in to analyse the signature, and an ACC staff member was asked to provide a sample of writing for comparison.

ACC, in a statement to the Standard yesterday, said the investigation was wound up last month, having failed to prove anything conclusive, and no ACC staff were disciplined.

The staff member investigated has since resigned.

Malcolm's advocate, ACC specialist Mervyn Castle, says the Serious Fraud Office was involved in the sampling, but ACC denies this.

The SFO will neither confirm nor deny any involvement.

Mr Castle says his client is understandably unsatisfied at the outcome.

He says ACC initially claimed his client attended a meeting on May 25, but changed its story when he proved he was out of the country.

Malcolm says he is now in the un enviable position of being beholden to an organisation he doesn't trust.

"I've got to the point where I don't even want to see them.

"I would be one of thousands of people who deal with them, and I feel sorry for the people who aren't as stubborn as me and just give in."

He wants to get back into the workforce, but is frustrated by what he calls a "vindictive" attitude among ACC staff.

He is afraid ACC will try to prevent him taking a holiday in July as retaliation for going to the media.

"I want to be retrained and working again. That's what it comes down to. But the attitude they've got is `if we can get them (ACC beneficiaries) on a technicality, they're gone'."

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[Illustration]
Caption: Graphic: ANTHONY BEHRENS THE Qantas flight itinerary showing where "Malcolm" was on the day his rehabilitation plan was signed. Picture: JONATHAN CAMERON THE signature that Palmerston North man "Malcolm" claims an ACC staff member forged.
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Posted 14 November 2011 - 02:31 PM

Very unfortunate this computer system didn't and hasn't picked up the internal dishonesty that has clearly gone on within http://www.acc/co/nz

We question how much that has amounted to over the years.


CIA tool enlisted in fraud war;

[A Edition]
MALING, Nicholas. Sunday Star - Times. Wellington, New Zealand: Jul 23, 2000. pg. A.4
Abstract (Summary)

A COMPUTER programme used by the CIA is to be trialled by ACC in a drive to detect fraud by organised crime.

Catching this claimant was a "fluke", he said. While ACC's present system was successful at finding rudimentary fraud, the more sophisticated variety using false identities or organised networks was out of the corporation's reach.

A COMPUTER programme used by the CIA is to be trialled by ACC in a drive to detect fraud by organised crime.

The three-month trial of Netmap is to begin this week and is expected to identify at least $1 million of fraud, the total obtained by ACC in prosecutions last year.

ACC finds fraud by responding to tip-offs from the public or alerts from staff who spot incongruities.

These methods netted about 170 convictions last year with another 176 prosecutions still outstanding and a futher 102 cases referred to the crown prosecutor.

But research suggests ACC could be losing as much as $100m through fraud each year, or 10% of its turnover.

Fraud Unit manager Robert Liberona said that in 1995 the corporation successfully took a prosecution against a claimant who netted $900,000 by using 150 false identities.

Catching this claimant was a "fluke", he said. While ACC's present system was successful at finding rudimentary fraud, the more sophisticated variety using false identities or organised networks was out of the corporation's reach.

The new computer programme would look through five years of claims looking for associations between them.

"The expectation is that (the amount of fraud found) will increase quite significantly with the use of this (software)," he said.

A decision on whether to buy the software, the cost of which ACC would not reveal, would not be made until after the trial was fully evaluated.
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Posted 15 November 2011 - 03:45 PM

this could be Ms KAREN LYNETTE PEOPLES as the case manager or was this another case.

Peoples v Accident Compensation Corporation CC 3/07 [2007] NZEmpC 12 (13 February 2007)

very interesting story in the case.

then one shouldn't forget the AUT study also were they identified behaviour to gail there KIP's and Exit Claimants.

Evaluation of Vocational rehabilitation Under the IPRC

Both show ACC are more interested in bonuses than applying the legislation.
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Posted 17 November 2011 - 11:53 PM

The case above is understood to be in the Palmerston North/ Manuwatu region as the complainant appears to have been from that region.

The same area where that perverted doctor is from whom received 9 months Home Detention for over, from memory, 300,000 sexual images etc of young children on his computer.


 doppelganger, on 15 November 2011 - 03:45 PM, said:

this could be Ms KAREN LYNETTE PEOPLES as the case manager or was this another case.

Peoples v Accident Compensation Corporation CC 3/07 [2007] NZEmpC 12 (13 February 2007)

very interesting story in the case.

then one shouldn't forget the AUT study also were they identified behaviour to gail there KIP's and Exit Claimants.

Evaluation of Vocational rehabilitation Under the IPRC

Both show ACC are more interested in bonuses than applying the legislation.

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Posted 10 February 2015 - 03:54 PM

Interesting to see that Robert Liberona also has a background similar to Martin Williscroft, that of working for the Ministry of Fisheries 1989 – 1992 (3 years), and Commerce Commission where they both must have been working together.

How did these bunnies budgies buddies get a job investigating "fraud" at http://www.acc.co.nz with there backgrounds?

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