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Federal prosecutors believe they have caught a Georgia man they say improperly used some of his COVID-19 loan money.

Vinath Oudomsine, of Dublin, is accused of using more than $57,000 of it to buy a rare Pokemon card, prosecutors said.

Dublin is located about 50 miles southeast of Macon in central Georgia, USA.

Oudomsine was charged Tuesday with one count of wire fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia. 
Prosecutors said Oudomsine lied about how many employees he had and the revenue his business generated when he filed for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan during the pandemic.

If convicted, Oudomsine faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines, prosecutors said.

 

https://www.wftv.com/news/trending/georgia-man-used-57k-covid-19-relief-loan-buy-pokemon-card-feds-say/F447NU2SLRF5PJEMVLBTAU3LUE/

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17 minutes ago, RAMROD said:

accused of using more than $57,000 of it to buy a rare Pokemon card, prosecutors said.

"A" rare card :bear:

A single card :bear:

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They should investigate more recipients of this money. I know many people who lied through their teeth and stole taxpayer money. 

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17 minutes ago, HausOfAntonio said:

Ariana Grande And What About It GIF

 

I guess you didn't read. 

 

19 minutes ago, RAMROD said:

 

Prosecutors said Oudomsine lied about how many employees he had and the revenue his business generated when he filed for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan during the pandemic.

If convicted, Oudomsine faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and up to $250,000 in fines, prosecutors said.

 

https://www.wftv.com/news/trending/georgia-man-used-57k-covid-19-relief-loan-buy-pokemon-card-feds-say/F447NU2SLRF5PJEMVLBTAU3LUE/

 

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4 hours ago, thefamebitch said:

They should investigate more recipients of this money. I know many people who lied through their teeth and stole taxpayer money. 

Oh they are, the IRS is checking every PP loan for validity. 

Purr more, hiss less.
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1 hour ago, flyaway said:

Well, they gave him money and he bought something he needed for himself so :bear:

You do you :zilla:


He borrowed covid load for business not for personal use. And he lied about it to get that money. Was it mot clear from the article? :oprah:

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7 hours ago, thefamebitch said:

They should investigate more recipients of this money. I know many people who lied through their teeth and stole taxpayer money. 

Same here in Canada. I knew so many people personally applying for CERB which was $2000 a month while they worked for cash to not get caught

 

Worse, others just didnt even bother looking for a new job at all until benefit got closer to expiring even tho they knew they werent going back to their original job (some by choice others cuz the business closed forever) but they just decided to take a 4 or 6 month vacation :madge:

 

this is why im pro when we finally get the rich to pay their fair share we invest that money in education, healthcare, infrastructure, affordable housing, affordabke child care, food stamps etc... Stuff that helps ppl in need but doesnt give too much away in a way that makes it possible for you to not work

 

Be too generous with cash giveaways or set UBI too high (unless its for disabìlity) and some ppl straight up will just take advantage of it and not work. I dont care what anyone says, ppl in this pandemic have proven they do have a serious lazy side and do take advantage of assistance when its too generous and rely on it as long as possible instead of using it as a safety net which is what it was supposed to be

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5 minutes ago, ThisGuyTony said:


This hobby have been on resurgence lately too. People left their Funko collecting and reverted back to this. Not sure what's cause the resurgence. Probably that limited pokemon cards from Happy Meal? :oprah:

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