Upwards of $45 Billion in Covid Payments May Be Fraudulent – IOTW Report

Upwards of $45 Billion in Covid Payments May Be Fraudulent

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The Office of the Inspector General for the Labor Department put out an alert stating it has identified $45.6 billion in potentially fraudulent pandemic unemployment payments. Assistant Inspector General Carolyn Hantz sent a memorandum to Acting Assistant Secretary Brent Parton which stated immediate action was needed.

According to the memo, the potentially fraudulent payments were made between March 2020 to April 2022. The Inspector General’s office made the determination by looking into payments made to people in high risk areas including: people who filed in multiple states, claims in the name of deceased persons, claims with suspicious email accounts and federal prisoners. More


10 Comments on Upwards of $45 Billion in Covid Payments May Be Fraudulent

  1. “The Inspector General’s office made the determination by looking into payments made to people in high risk areas…”

    There you go…systemic racism in the Biden administration! Impeach him!

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  2. “…people who filed in multiple states, claims in the name of deceased persons, claims with suspicious email accounts and federal prisoners.”

    This sounds like the same people who perpetrated the stealing of the 2020 election.

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  3. “Upwards of $45 Billion in Covid Payments May Be Fraudulent”

    …well, COVID itself, along with the entire Pedo administration is fraudulent, so…

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