Nine Defendants, Including Two Owners of a Home Health Care Agency and Two Physicians, Indicted for Allegedly Paying and Receiving Kickbacks for Medicare Patient Referrals

CHICAGO—Two owners of a home health care agency in suburban Skokie and two physicians were among nine defendants indicted on federal charges for paying and receiving kickbacks in exchange for the referral of Medicare patients for home health care services, federal law enforcement officials announced today. Defendants Ana Nerissa Tolentino, a registered nurse, and Frederick Magsino, both part owners of Rosner Home Healthcare Inc.; and Edgardo Hernal, a former Rosner employee, allegedly conspired to pay kickbacks to six co-defendants for the referral and retention of Medicare patients that enabled Rosner to bill Medicare.

Bank of America Violating Multi-State Settlement, Homeowner Alleges

ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 24, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Jay Fenello, a
homeowner currently suing Bank of America to prevent an illegal
foreclosure of his home, today announced that he has reported the bank
to state and federal regulators for allegedly continuing to violate
the terms of the Multi-State settlement.

In his letter, Mr. Fenello describes how he has been subjected to the
same illegal and unethical foreclosure practices that the Multi-State
settlement was designed to stop, specifically: