New Jersey Attorney General’s Office

(clockwise from top left): Dr. John Fritz, Dr. Alexander G. Salerno, Dr. Davarajan Iyengar, Dr. William M. Steck Sr., and Dr. Alan P. Epstein are charged with referring patients to Rehan "Ray" Zuberi's imaging service in New Jersey in exchange for kickbacks. (Credit: New Jersey Attorney General's office)

N.J. Doctors Accused Of Referring Scans To Imaging Company For Kickbacks

Five New Jersey medical professionals were indicted Wednesday on charges of referring medical patients to a certain imaging company in exchange for kickbacks.


(Credit: New Jersey Attorney General's Office)

4 People Accused Of Scamming FEMA For Sandy Funds In New Jersey

Four people were charged in New Jersey Thursday with filing fraudulent applications for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy.


A laboratory assistant works with a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine dedicated to the mouse and rat to study anatomical and functional imaging of the brain and organs on January 23, 2014 at the Neurosciences rechearch Center CERMEP in Bron, near Lyon.  (PHILIPPE MERLE/AFP/Getty Images)

N.J. Authorities Bust Alleged Kickback Scheme To Doctors Who Referred Patients

Thirteen people have been arrested, in what New Jersey authorities said was a scheme to pay illegal kickbacks to doctors in exchange for patient referrals.


If you get a letter like this in the mail, contact your state's attorney general or the Better Business Bureau immediately. It's a scam targeting senior citizens across the country. (Photo: CBS 2)

Seen At 11: Don’t Fall Victim To The ‘Mail Trap’

Here’s a new warning about another scam that could show up on your door step. An official looking letter arrives in the mail saying you owe fees — and if you don’t pay up, you may face jail time.