philrozzi wrote:This may or may not work, it's not as straight forward as yes or no because laws as very malleable. Basically it's up to each individual judge. I had a co worker who was caught snorting coke at work, was fired and eventually was granted unemployment. Just recently my bosses hired a kid straight out of the marines who was offered full time work but he was able to only work part time because of school. My boss found out he was drawing unemployment from the military and to make a long story short he is having to repay 10 grand of unemployment for refusing the full time work. He fought it in court but to no avail.
I remember in college a friend of mine was collecting unemployment at home, disability where he lived for UG, was getting an education grant and was on a college sports team. He's very lucky he didn't get caugt
philrozzi wrote:if someone is real serious about these kinds of things there are companies online that will sort of "wash" your money. They charge your credit card under different business names each time and send a payment to you or to whom ever, for a percentage.
This is the sort of thing that can get you thrown in jail