Worcester Staffing Agency Owner Charged with Scheme to Evade Insurance Companies

 by TWIW StaffJuly 1, 2022

WORCESTER - A Worcester resident who operated two temporary staffing agencies has been charged in connection with a scheme to evade her insurance companies of more than $49,000 in premiums, Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Friday.

Solynna Taing, 56, was arraigned on Thursday in Worcester Superior Court on the charges of Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud (4 counts) and Larceny Over $250 (3 counts). She pleaded not guilty to the charges and Judge Daniel M. Wrenn released her on her own recognizance.

Taing was indicted on the charges by a Worcester County Grand Jury on May 25.

The attorney general's alleges that between 2014 and 2018, Taing either provided false information or lied to insurance auditors during yearly audits about the size of her workforce at her two temporary staffing companies. Taing allegedly underreported payroll for the businesses by more than $2 million.

The AG’s Office alleges that in total, through her misrepresentations, Taing defrauded her insurance companies out of a total of more than $49,000 in insurance premiums.

Taing is next due back in Worcester Superior Court on September 19 for a pre-trial conference.

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