Paycheck Protection Program

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SBA may be going too far trying to prevent PPP fraud

Businesses who took [Paycheck] Protection Plan money to tide them over through the early months of the pandemic have a reckoning. The Small Business Administration…

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Contagion of fraud: PPP exploits designed to bypass ID verification

In the face of COVID-19, members of the U.S. government have scrambled to offer programs that can prop up both individuals and companies, one of which is the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). But often, where there is a crisis, there are fraudsters waiting in the wings to exploit weaknesses. PPP is no different.

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