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Careworkers also systematically falsified logbooks for services never rendered.
It's a nationwide phenomenon, but the focus of the scam appears to be in Berlin, Lower Saxony and Bavaria.
Mc Afee Site Advisor tested 279 “bad” downloads from malwarealarm.com, mentioned in the Dancho Danchev referenced article, and found that Malware Alarm is an update of the fake anti-spyware Malware Wiper.
The user is enticed to use a “free download” to test for spyware or malware on their PC; Malware Alarm then displays a warning message of problems on the PC to persuade the unwary web site visitor to purchase the paid version.
The RBN, which is notorious for its hosting of illegal and dubious businesses, originated as an Internet service provider for child pornography, phishing, spam, and malware distribution physically based in St. By 2007, it developed partner and affiliate marketing techniques in many countries to provide a method for organized crime to target victims internationally.
Welt am Sonntag newspaper and public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk report that the billing scams are allegedly linked to Russian mobile nursing services, some of which are thought to be in league with Russian organized crime.
"It's appalling that care is now being named in the same breath as prostitution and drug trafficking." A new study has highlighted well-documented problems in the German health care system - doctors have a huge financial incentive to offer unnecessary treatments, and hospitals remain under intense financial pressure.
Some 230 care home operators are thought to have created a systematic fraud network in Germany linked to the mafia, police say.
"The system makes it easy for criminals," Brysch told DW, "because the two insurances don't communicate at all where care in residential homes is concerned." At home, a patient's long-term care is usually monitored, more or less, but the health care aspects are only rarely checked, he says, adding that this is a grave shortcoming and a loophole for criminals.
"We've been seeing this development for years," CEO Brysch says, urging stricter controls of residential nursing care.
Provides 'bulletproof hosting', but is probably involved in the crime too”.