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California may have sent out $10 billion in fraudulent unemployment benefits, with some of the funds even going to organized crime organizations in China and Russia.
California hired Blake Hall’s ID.me to investigate fraud in October, and he said that at least 10% of unemployment claims before that month were fraudulent. Hall puts the amount of fraud sent out at around $9.8 billion, from March to September 2020.
The article goes on to state the following:
Hall added in his interview with the Los Angeles Times that a good amount of the fraud is due to organized crime gangs in foreign countries.
At least 10% of claims submitted to the state Employment Development Department before controls were installed in October may have been fraudulent, Blake Hall, founder and CEO of https://t.co/8EEVBQzQcy told the Los Angeles Times. https://t.co/G4wxAhft6t
— NBC 7 San Diego (@nbcsandiego) January 16, 2021
Russian, Nigerian, and Chinese organized crime groups are benefitting from California’s unemployment assistance funds.https://t.co/TvHWrO4f7a
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 17, 2021
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