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Department of Justice

Three Men Charged For COVID-19 Unemployment Insurance Benefits Fraud

LAS VEGAS – Three men made their initial appearances in federal court today for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to apply for and use Nevada and California unemployment insurance benefits debit cards — approved for over $900,000 — that were issued in other peoples’ names.
Department of Justice

Salem Man Pleads Guilty to Small Business Loan Fraud and Filing Fraudulent Tax Returns

BOSTON – A Salem man pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston in connection with two fraud schemes involving COVID-19 relief funds and tax returns for other individuals.
Department of Justice

Georgia Woman Sentenced to 41 Months in COVID-19 Fraud Scheme

A Georgia woman was sentenced today to 41 months in prison for her scheme to fraudulently obtain more than $7.9 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Department of Justice

Charlotte Pastor Pleads Guilty To Tax and Wire Fraud

Department of Health & Human Services OIG

COVID-19 Tests Drove an Increase in Total Medicare Part B Spending on Lab Tests in 2020, While Use of Non-COVID-19 Tests Decreased Significantly

Medicare Part B spent $1.5 billion on COVID-19 tests in 2020, while at the same time, spending on non-COVID-19 tests declined by $1.2 billion. The result was a net spending increase of 4 percent, but the decrease in utilization of non-COVID-19 tests raises questions about the potential impacts on beneficiary health.

Department of Justice

South Florida Man Charged with Covid-19 Relief Fraud, Buying Lamborghini, Rolex, and Louis Vuitton with Loan Money

A Florida man charged with fraudulently obtaining COVID-19 relief loans under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) made his first appearance today in federal magistrate court in Ft. Lauderdale.
Department of the Treasury OIG

Apache Tribe of Oklahoma's Use of Coronavirus Relief Fund Payment

Department of Justice

District Court Orders New Jersey Defendants to Stop Distributing Unapproved ‘Nano Silver’ Products Touted as COVID Treatment

A federal court permanently enjoined a New Jersey entity and its principals from distributing unapproved and misbranded drugs touted as a treatment for COVID-19.