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COVID fraudsters netted over $400M in stolen aid in NY. What they spent it on.

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USA TODAY Network investigated coronavirus fraud and waste, revealing at least $400 million intended for needy New Yorkers was stolen. One coronav virus scheme fueled a $270,000 shopping spree, including a $40,000 18-carat gold Rolex watch. Other thieves used COVID-19 aid to buy at least 14 luxury vehicles, including Bentleys, a Rolls Royce and a Ferrari, court records show.
Published 2 months ago · Elmira, United States

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COVID fraudsters netted over $400M in stolen aid in NY. What they spent it on.

NY coronavirus schemers spent tax dollars on Louis Vuitton goods, a motel, chartered flights, Bentleys, Rolexes. And that's just what we know so far.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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COVID fraudsters netted over $400M in stolen aid in NY. What they spent it on.

NY coronavirus schemers spent tax dollars on Louis Vuitton goods, a motel, chartered flights, Bentleys, Rolexes. And that's just what we know so far.

2 months ago
Read Full Article
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