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Man Tries To Pay Off Social Security With Non Existent Funds On A Private Money Order May 3, 2012

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Charles Daniel Koss, tried to re-pay the Social Security Administration $212,768 in disability benefits that Koss defrauded  the Social Security Administration of, with a bogus private money order.  Koss continued to work for a mortgage and real estate company after entering a claim with the Social Security Administration and while receiving benefits.    He is charged with five counts of: theft of government money, Social Security disability fraud, passing an illegal financial instrument or security and mail fraud.

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