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Department of Labor IG suspects more than $45B in fraudulent UI claims handed out during pandemic

The Inspector General identified $29.6 billion in potentially fraudulent claims since June 2021

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By Max Thornberry


The Department of Labor Inspector General reported it suspects at least $45 billion in fraudulent unemployment insurance claims have been handed out since March 2020.

A new report from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) addressed its concern with the Employment and Training Agency (ETA) failing to respond to previous reports that billions of dollars in fraudulent claims were being paid and for failing to provide accurate and timely information.

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