Former job recruiter in Missouri admits role in fraud scheme
October 12, 2017
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A former JE Dunn job recruiter admitted he received kickbacks as part of an $840,000 fraud scheme.
Federal prosecutors say 46-year-old John Kirwin, of Lee's Summit, pleaded guilty Wednesday to wire fraud and mail fraud.
Kirwin was an internal recruiter for the Kansas City-based company. He worked with outside job recruiters across the country to find workers for construction projects. Beginning in 2013, Kirwin submitted fraudulent invoices to J.E. Dunn from other recruitment companies. The invoices included inflated costs or involved employees who were never hired....