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The question: how did she get away with it for so long?  The woman in question used 24 false identities to collect $345,000 in fraudulent unemployment benefits.  Story here.

It seems like crime paid in this case, at least for a while. The final lesson, however, is that claiming unemployment benefits that don’t belong to you is a crime, with serious consequences.

By |2016-12-02T14:59:24+00:00December 2nd, 2016|Categories: Employment Law News, Unemployment|0 Comments