Oregon man sentenced after defrauding Wichita non-profit medical clinic

Matthew Harding
May 26, 2019 - 5:48 am

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An Oregon man who defrauded a Wichita non-profit medical clinic through an internet marketing scheme has pleaded guilty to multiple counts of deceptive commercial practice.

The Sedgwick County District Attorney's Office says 37-year-old Daniel Glickman, from Tigard, Oregon, created an online company called F-Q-H-C Healthcare, LLC that specialized in finding medical professionals for non-profit clinics. GraceMed paid Glickman 10-thousand dollars in January 2018 to find two candidates to fill positions. An investigation showed that the candidates either never existed or had no idea their names had been submitted, something Glickman admitted to in court filings.  

As part of a plea agreement, Glickman served 30-days in jail and was ordered to pay back the 10-thousand dollars. 

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