The business manager for Compassion at Home, Alicia Raynor, was sentenced to 18 months in prison, and was ordered to pay $799,625.27 in restitution for wire fraud and filing a false tax return. Raynor funneled payments from the company into an account she opened in her name with Intuit, a payroll and payment processing service. She disguised the payments to make it appear as if they were made to Bank of America, Capital One or Compassion at Home employees. In less than a year she stole $238,871.58 from the company.
From 2013 to 2016 Raynor received $1,214,444 in payments from her employer and did not report the income on her tax returns, causing the IRS a loss of $370,005.