It’s Easy Money’: Nigerian Scammer Laughs about Huge Sums Stolen from COVID Welfare Programs in Bombshell Interview

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Nearly $36 billion has been lost to fraud in unemployment benefits in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s more than what is usually paid out in an entire year. A Nigerian student openly admitted to scamming $50,000 from the US pandemic welfare system to date. He only had to make a list of real people and access their social security numbers and birthdates. Read full article here

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