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Embracing Technology for the Betterment of Florida’s Residential Communities

Posted in Elections, Fraud, Voting

The commentary published Aug. 23 by attorney Jason M. Vanslette of Kelley Kronenberg regarding online voting for community associations fails to acknowledge or address the needs of such associations, the changing demographic in Florida communities or the capabilities of the available software. Rather, the article reflects thinking that is stuck in the past. Florida has… Continue Reading

Online Voting: A Tool for Voter Inclusion and Fraud Deterrence

Posted in Elections, Fraud, Operations, Voting

Over the past few weeks, the Miami Herald and Univision have teamed up to investigate allegations of fraudulent condominium elections, primarily in Miami-Dade County. In fact, Miami-Dade County by far has the highest number of complaints of any county in Florida for voter fraud, according to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, accounting for… Continue Reading

Arrests continue against condo/HOA leaders for fraud or theft

Posted in Fraud

The story about the arrest of the former acting president of a homeowners’ association in Sunrise, Florida prompted me to remind community leaders of the most common fraud techniques.  It has been a long time since we visited this issue in Condo Associations & HOAs Losing Millions Nationwide. Fraud and theft in community associations seem to be more… Continue Reading