Compilation of the fraudsters featured in the 2022 Hall of Shame. A dentist in the Milwaukee area broke patients’ teeth so he could falsely bill insurers $4.2 million for new crowns. (Illustration by Nadia Rdadic)

Editor’s Note: This is part 2 of a two-part series.

Fraudsters operate under the mistaken belief that they are smarter than the average person and are unlikely to be caught perpetrating their brand of creative financing.

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