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Monthly Archives: January 2021

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Two South Florida Men Charged with Funneling PPP Loan Money Through Vast Network of Stolen Identities

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Most of the most well publicized cases of PPP loan fraud fit one of two patterns.  In some cases, the defendant applied for a PPP loan for a company they genuinely owned, but they misrepresented the company’s expenses in order to get a bigger loan, which they used for personal expenses, some of them… Read More »

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West Palm Beach Man Who Once Convinced Patients He Was Florida’s Youngest Doctor Faces New Fraud Charges

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

When journalists from other states cover criminal cases being tried in Florida courts, they often play up the “only in Florida” angle.  They make it sound like “Florida Man” has superhuman powers of deception, extraordinary audacity, and uncanny bad luck.  During the last few months of 2020, news headlines told of Floridians who spent… Read More »

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Coconut Creek PPP Loan Recipient Faces Criminal Charges for Health Care Fraud

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Some of the cases of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan fraud sound like they were torn from the tabloid headlines specifically for beefing up the “Florida Man” mythos.  Floridians are known for their ostentation and their chutzpah, but did you hear the one about the guy who bought a $318,000 Lamborghini with PPP loan… Read More »

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