Gas Theft and Fleet Fuel Fraud Up with Higher Gas Prices

Former employee Lindim Asipi of Waterbury, Connecticut is currently awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to wire fraud in his theft of funds from the United States Postal Service. He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years. According to Leonard Boyole, acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut, “Asipi was a motor vehicle service driver for the USPS based in Waterbury, and the USPS provided Asipi with a fleet credit card that enabled him to purchase fuel.  Read More

Fighting Service Fleet Fuel Fraud

Fuel is one of the most important aspects of any service fleet business, which also makes it one of the more expensive aspects as well. Rising gas prices aside, the consistent need to refuel even the most fuel-efficient vehicles can run up a hefty tab for businesses to pay.  Read More