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Janitorial Firm Owner Charged With $32M Premium Fraud

Friday, June 2, 2017 | 1405 | 0 | 0 min read

The owner of a San Francisco Bay area janitorial firm is accused of underreporting payroll in order to reduce her company’s workers’ compensation premiums by $32 million, the California Department of Insurance announced late Thursday. Lafayette resident Gina Marie Gregori, 55, is charged with 19 felony counts and was being held on $5,235,000 bail at the San Francisco County Jail on Thursday. The charges include insurance fraud, grand theft and white collar crime enhancement, a section of the penal code used when the amount allegedly stolen is greater than $500,000. Insurance...

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Marko Vucurevic Jun 2, 2017 09:13 AM

I may be missing something in the math, but it seems to me that the numbers work out to the premium per employee being about $20k per year. Is it possible that she was under-reporting her payroll by $32 million not reducing the premium by $32 million?

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