$45.6 billion in pandemic unemployment rip-off

A federal regulator Thursday determined that scammers may possibly have stolen $45.6 billion from the country’s unemployment insurance policy program all through the pandemic by working with useless people’s Social Stability quantities and other techniques to deceive and trick the U.S. government cheating,” reports the Washington Post.

“The new estimate is a spectacular boost from the approximately $16 billion in likely fraud cases recognized a calendar year ago, and it illustrates the huge job that Washington faces in attempting to identify the losses that are staying stolen Recovering resources and holding criminals accountable for theft is a huge variety of federal support programs.”

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