The U.S. Attorney's Office says 60-year-old Robert Zuschlag and 55-year-old Kristen Zuschlag were ordered to pay $302,000 in restitution to MaineCare and $93,000 to the Internal Revenue Service during Thursday's sentencing in Portland. The Bangor Daily News reports Robert Zuschlag has been sentenced to serve 30 months in federal prison while his wife will serve three years of probation.
Good riddance to the failed Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. President Trump disbanded the panel late Wednesday, less than eight months after bringing it to life and with little to show for its efforts other than a spate of lawsuits. The dissolution was an appropriately ignoble ending to a partisan commission that was built on a faulty premise and bungled just about everything it did.
What other products/services can I offer my customers? What would make their shopping experience even greater? How can we protect the business from fraud and make sure it doesn't interfere with the shopping journey? In an ideal world, consumer preferences would be the only concern for merchants. However, in reality, fraud takes first place in every ecommerce operator's mind.