In beginning of feb the man i had been caregiving for moved to virginia after getting married to hometown sweetheart (his wife of 50 yrs passed away in march 2014, i had been dispatched by prior agency to help her not him. He asked me to come back and i started working with him after I had heart to heart with him about how he had so much more of life to live, he was ailing after not taking care of self)...he gave me keys and after a moving company told him how much it would be to move him and belongings he decided to not use them and to just keep a few things and purchase things instead of transporting from wa to va because it would be cheaper. I asked him for list of what to keep since he told me to just sell what i could and use that to live off of until i could find new employmet. This man had also written letter prior leaving me all his worldly possessions, tried to marry me so I would get benefits after he passed, included me in making va think he was sicker than was for more benefits,aware of his illegal transactions. Im un nerved he claims to be undercover connected to breaking crime rings with police including his family. His wife said it looks like i ripped him off now.
f you participated in helping him commit fraud with VA, go hire an attorney. Do it fast.
The rest is mostly noise.
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