US Attorney General praises ‘historic’ efforts to stop COVID relief abuse; hundreds charged for $569M worth of scams according to latest DOJ figures - AML Intelligence
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US Attorney General praises ‘historic’ efforts to stop COVID relief abuse; hundreds charged for $569M worth of scams according to latest DOJ figures

The US department of justice has announced that nearly five hundred people have been charged so far for allegedly trying to scam $569M of COVID-19 relief money.

Some of the profits from these fraudulent activities are thought to have been laundered through webs of bank accounts and shell companies to avoid detection – then used for purposes entirely unrelated to economic recovery.

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