A small business owner in Georgia reportedly told federal investigators it was easy to get COVID-19 relief money through the Paycheck Protection Program during... Feds say man lied to get $2.6 million in Covid relief funds

A small business owner in Georgia reportedly told federal investigators it was easy to get COVID-19 relief money through the Paycheck Protection Program during the pandemic — all he had to do was just keep “clicking on the buttons,” prosecutors said. Now the 47-year-old man is facing prison time and could owe the government over half a million dollars.

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