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Unique Case IDFirst NameLast NamePPP Amount ObtainedPPP Amount SoughtEIDL Loan Also Sought?Did they plead guilty?Allegedly part of a scheme creating a bogus company?Allegedly part of scheme using a defunct company?Allegedly part of a scheme using false ownership of an existing company?Allegedly part of a scheme using an alias or assuming another individual's identity?Allegedly part of scheme using falsified payroll numbers?Allegedly part of scheme using fake tax documents?State(s) where person allegedly committed fraudEntities InvolvedLender(s) That Approved LoansDate charges were broughtNotes from DOJ RecordsLink to Case Press Release or News StoryLink to charging documentLink(s) to approved loansOther notes
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1Dennis Nobbe$53,800$53,800YNNNNNNFloridaDynamic Medical Services, Inc.Truist Bank d/b/a/ Branch Banking & Trust Co.July 23, 2020Nobbe was indicted for fraudulently obtaining over $53k in PPP funds as part of an ongoing Medicare Fraud investigation. A supporting criminal complaint alleges that Nobbe transferred several thousand dollars into shell companies in order to use some of the funds for personal expenses, instead of using it on payroll costs.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/florida-man-charged-covid-relief-fraud-health-care-fraud-and-money-launderinghttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7010608-Complaint-v-Nobbehttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/dynamic-medical-services-inc-hialeah-fl-33012
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2David T.Hines$3,984,557$13,542,741YNNNNYNFloridaUnified Relocation Solutions LLC (1); Promaster Movers, Inc. (2); Cash in Holdings LLC (3); We-Pack Moving LLC (4)Bank of America July 23, 2020In a case that caught national headlines in late July, David T. Hines allegedly obtained over $3.9 million in federally backed loans, using $318,000 to purchase a 2020 Lamborghini.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/man-purchased-lamborghini-after-receiving-39-million-ppp-loanshttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7010655-Hines-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/unified-relocation-solutions-llc-miami-fl-33131https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/promaster-movers-inc.-miami-fl-33132https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/cash-in-holdings-llc-david-hines-fl-33137
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3Mukund Mohan$1,786,357$5,533,182YNNNNYYWashingtonZuput Inc. (1); Zigantic LLC (2); GitGrow Inc. (3); Vangal Inc (4); Expect Success Inc. (5); Mahenjo Inc. (6)Bank of America; Endeavor Bank; Live Oak Banking Company; Peoples Bank July 21, 2020Mohan is accused of submitting eight fraudulent applications on behalf of six entities claiming to have dozens of employees. The complaint alleges at least one company, Mahenjo, served more as a "shelf company that did not have business activities or employees."https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdwa/pr/washington-state-tech-executive-pleads-guilty-wire-fraud-and-money-launderinghttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7010657-Mohan-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/zuput-inc.-clyde-hill-wa-98004https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/zigantic-llc-clyde-hill-wa-98004https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/gitgrow-inc.-clyde-hill-wa-98004https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/expect-success-inc.-bellevue-wa-98004https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/mahenjo-inc-bellevue-wa-98004
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4Andrew Marnell$8,500,000$10,000,000NNNYYYCaliforniaEast Bay Associates LLC (1) Quicksilver LLC (2); Shale Creek LLC (3); Slatestone LLC (4); Stratrock Ventures LLC (5)TransPecos Banks, SSB; Fundbox, Inc.July 15, 2020Marnell was accused by the Justice Department of using funds obtained on behalf of companies based in several states for risky stock ventures and for gambling in Las Vegas. Marnell allegedly used the following fake names on applications: "Andrew Maxwell", "Andrew Merrill", "Tyler Lerman", and "S.R."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/california-man-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033415-Marnell-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/shale-creek-llc-kalispell-mt-59901https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/slatestone-llc-sheridan-wy-82801-1https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/quicksilver-llc-kalispell-mt-59901https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/stratrock-ventures-llc-colorado-springs-co-80918
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5Ganell Tubbs$1,933,262$1,933,262YNYNNYNArkansasThe Little Piglet Soap Company, LLC (1); Suga Girl Customs, LLC (2)Cross River Bank; Celtic Bank CorporationJuly 7, 2020Tubbs was accused of submitting two application on behalf of companies that were not in good standing prior to the pandemic, and instead of using loans for payroll purposes, used at least $6,000 for personal online expenses and $8,000 for student loan payments. https://www.justice.gov/usao-edar/pr/little-rock-woman-sentenced-41-months-prison-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014433-Tubbs-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/the-little-piglet-soap-company-llc-little-rock-ar-72204https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/suga-girl-customs-llc-little-rock-ar-72204
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6Elijah MajakBuoi$2,000,000$13,500,000NNNNYNMassachusettsSosuda Tech, LLCFundbox, Inc.June 19, 2020According to a criminal complaint, Buoi is accused of falsely certifying that his company, Sosuda Tech, employed 353 people paying nearly $10 million in wages in the first quarter of 2020. In actuality, Sosuda only had five employees, all who were located in India.https://www.justice.gov/usao-ma/pr/winchester-man-charged-covid-relief-fraud-0https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014431-Buoi-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/sosuda-tech-winchester-ma-01890
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7Joshua T.Argires$1,116,907$1,116,907YNNNYNTexasTexas Barbecue (1); Houston Landscaping (2)Bank of America; PrimeWay FCUJuly 9, 2020The Justice Department accused Joshua T. Argires of falsely certifying his two companies, Texas Barbecue and Houston Landscaping, employed dozens of people paying hundreds of thousands in wages, but in actuality, he was the only employee. Instead of using PPP funds for payroll, Agires allegedly transferred the funds for Texas Barbecue into a cryptocurrency account.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdtx/pr/another-houston-man-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014429-Argires-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/texas-barbecue-llc-houston-tx-77006https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/houston-landscaping-llc-houston-tx-77006
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8Oludamilare Olugbuyi$0$400,000NYNNYYDistrict of ColumbiaGlobal Street Construction, LLC N/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)June 30, 2020In a supporting affidavit in the case, Olugbuyi allegedly sought loans for a contracting firm that was not doing active business prior to the pandemic. In application, Olugbuyi is accused of submitting fake IRS 1099-MISC forms using fake social security numbers for each purported contactor.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/washington-dc-general-contractor-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014518-Oludamilare-Olugbuyi-Supporting-Affidavit.html
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9Carlos Belone$22,500$72,500NNNNYYFloridaR&S Pharmacy, Inc. Readycap Lending, LLCJuly 6, 2020The Justice Department accused Carlos Belone of engaging in Medicare fraud and using PPP funds to help in the scheme. Belone allegedly submitted fraudulent IRS forms inflating payroll expenses and instead of using funds for payroll expenses and rent, wired $12,000 into a personal bank account and an additional $3,000 to a company suspected of engaging in the Medicare scheme.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/florida-man-charged-covid-relief-fraud-and-health-care-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014432-Belone-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/r-s-pharmacy-inc-coral-springs-fl-33067
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10Ahmad Kanan$47,000$119,560YNNNNNNWisconsinAltin Labs, Inc.Cross River BankJuly 8, 2020According to allegations, Ahmad Kanan applied for two PPP loans totalling $119,560 in which he knowingly answered "no" on whether or not he was currently facing any criminal charges. Kanan knew he was previously indicted in October 2019 for access device fraud in Wisconsin. Upon receiving one successful loan, he allegedly transferred $47,060 to his personal checking account.https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdwi/pr/madison-man-pleads-guilty-cares-act-fraud-access-device-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033425-Kanan-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/altin-labs-inc-milwaukee-wi-53203
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11Hubert IvanUgarte$210,000$210,000NNNNNNUtahFrisbu Trucking, Inc.Transportation Alliance Bank, Inc.June 11, 2020According to the indictment against Ugarte, he answered 'no' to if he had engaged in any illegal activity within the five years of applying for a PPP loan. Ugarte knew he was facing federal charges of wire fraud and bribery. Additionally, instead of using 75% of his loan on payroll costs, he used 60% on past due tractor payments, leaving only 40% for payroll.https://www.justice.gov/usao-ut/pr/two-utahns-charged-covid-relief-fraud-after-failing-disclose-applicant-was-under-federalhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033427-Ugarte-and-Rowberry-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/frisbu-trucking-inc.-salt-lake-city-ut-84104
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11Lisa BradshawRowberryNNNNNNUtahFrisbu Trucking, Inc.Transportation Alliance Bank, Inc.June 11, 2020According to allegations, Rowberry allegedly assisted Hubert I. Ugarte in answering 'no' to questions on the application asking whether he was under formal criminal charges in any jurisdiction.https://www.justice.gov/usao-ut/pr/two-utahns-charged-covid-relief-fraud-after-failing-disclose-applicant-was-under-federalhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033427-Ugarte-and-Rowberry-Complaint.html
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12Eric Shibley$1,780,000$3,149,350YYNNYYWashingtonDituri Construction, LLC (1); ES1, LLC (2); Eric r Shibley, MD, PLLC d/b/a/ Shibley Medical (3); Seattle's Finest Cannabis, LLC (4); Eric R Shibley MD PLLC (5); SFC, LLC (6); The A Team Holdings, LLC (7); SS1 (8)Readycap Lending, LLC; Harvest Small Business Finance, LLCJune 29, 2020According to allegations, Shibley, a Seattle doctor, concealed that he pled guilty for violating a 'No Contact Order' in Washington state and is on probation until December 2020. In addition, Shibley included with the fraudulent applications fake tax documents and names of employees who in fact did not work for any of his companies.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/seattle-doctor-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7010664-Shibley-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/the-a-team-holdings-llc-seattle-wa-98126https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/ss1-llc-seattle-wa-98126
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13Ameet Goyal$637,200$637,200YYNNNNNew YorkEye Associates Group (1); Rye Eye Associates (2)CitibankJune 24, 2020According to allegations, Goyal, a doctor who was "already facing charges for allegedly defrauding patients and insurers of millions of dollars ... blatantly lied on multiple loan applications that he was not subject to any indictment, and on top of that, fraudulently double-dipped into the limited assets of the Paycheck Protection Program by pretending to apply on behalf of two separate businesses."https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/ophthalmologist-previously-charged-healthcare-fraud-indicted-defrauding-sba-programhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7010663-Goyal-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/ameet-goyal-rye-ny-10580
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14Nadine Jackson$0$2,552,308YNNNNYYOhioExtract, LLCWebBankJune 23, 2020Jackson obtained loans by claiming that 73 employees worked at her company. However, "there were few to no other employees working" there, a federal government indictment alleges. https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdoh/pr/dayton-business-owner-pleads-guilty-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033433-Jackson-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/extract-llc-dayton-oh-45404
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15Jase Gautreaux$1,757,300$13,000,000YNYYYYTexasENI Marketing, Inc. (1); Wingate Funeral Service Group (2) Celtic Bank CorporationJune 22, 2020According to allegations, Gatreaux obtained loans by allegedly creating fake business and claiming to own businesses with which he had no affiliation. He also obtained loans for a business he did own, but he "misrepresented his criminal history, the size of the company, and the company's payroll" to do so.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-man-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014428-Gautreaux-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/eni-marketing-inc.-houston-tx-77063
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16Fahad Shah$1,592,657$3,346,532NYNNYNTexasWBF Weddings by Farah, Inc.Celtic Bank CorporationJune 18, 2020Fahad Shah allegedly falsified his company payroll data in order to receive loans which he used "primarily for personal purposes, including purchasing a Tesla, personal investments, and home mortgage payments."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-man-charged-covid-relief-fraud-false-statements-and-money-launderinghttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7010662-Shah-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wbf-weddings-by-farah-inc-murphy-tx-75094
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17MichaelMcQuarn$2,252,582$2,252,582YNNNYYTexasVantastic Voyages, LLC (1); Happy Days Movers, LLC (2)Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC; Greater Nevada CUJune 17, 2020McQuarn allegedly created two fake companies to obtain government loans, which he used to buy a boat and a Rolls Royce.https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdtx/pr/federal-complaint-filed-against-austin-man-multi-million-dollar-fraud-scheme-relatedhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033434-McQuarn-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/vantastic-voyages-llc-austin-tx-78704https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/happy-days-movers-llc-austin-tx-78704
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18Rahul Shah$0$1,286,423NNNNYYIllinoisN2N Holdings, LLC (1); Katalyst Technologies, Inc. (2)N/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)June 15, 2020According to allegations, Rahul Shah "signed and caused to be submitted to the lender what purported to be IRS Forms 941 representing his company’s quarterly payroll expenses for 2019. However, a comparison between the documents submitted to the lender and the company’s IRS filings revealed that Shah’s company reported significantly lower payroll expenses to the IRS."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/illinois-business-owner-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7012806-Rahul-Shah-Complaint.html
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19Benjamin Hayford$0$8,944,938YYNNNYNOklahoma, TexasGlobal Policy & Strategy Partners, LLP N/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)June 2, 2020Hayford pleaded guilty to, among other things, attempting to obtain loans by forging documents "purporting to establish payroll expenses that were, in fact, non-existent."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndok/pr/arkansas-project-manager-pleads-guilty-bank-fraud-and-false-statements-connection-covidhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7012761-Hayford-Complaint.html
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20DarrellBaker$590,900$590,900YNYNNYYMichiganMotorcity Solar Energy, Inc.Readycap Lending, LLCJune 1, 2020Darrell Baker pleaded guilty to, among other things, obtaining $590,000 by "representing that Motorcity Solar Energy Inc. had 68 employees and, in 2019, paid wages, tips, and other compensation totalling $2.8 million." Baker also withdrew $172,000 of the PPP funds to "purchase two Cadillac Escalades, a Dodge Charger, and a Hummer."https://www.justice.gov/usao-edmi/pr/detroit-resident-pleads-guilty-covid-19-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033435-Baker-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/motorcity-solar-energy-inc.-detroit-mi-48226
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21Joseph Cherry II$0$35,000YYNYNNYYVirginiaContra Surplus N/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)May 29, 2020According to allegations, Cherry II submitted fraudulent applications seeking over $190,000 in PPP and EIDL loans concealing that he was "serving a term of federal supervised release," barring him from applying.https://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/repeat-fraudster-sentenced-covid-19-loan-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033436-Cherry-Indictment.html
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22WilliamSadleir$1,712,715$1,712,715NNYNYYCaliforniaAviron Group, LLC (1); Aviron Licensing, LLC (2); Aviron Releasing, LLC (3)JPMorgan Chase BankMay 21, 2020Sadleir was accused of applying for loans on behalf of companies he was no longer affiliated with. According to the Justice Department, "within days, nearly $1 million of the PPP loan money was transferred into Sadleir's personal account," and that at least one payment was used on Sadleir's car loan.https://www.justice.gov/usao-cdca/pr/hollywood-executive-arrested-federal-fraud-charges-allege-he-pocketed-money-covid-19https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7047869-Sadleir-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/aviron-group-llc-beverly-hills-ca-90210
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23BaokeZhang$0$1,525,000YYYNNNYYWashingtonBaoke Zhang dba (1); Cloud Optimization, LLCN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)May 21, 2020According to allegations, Zhang allegedly created fictitious information technology companies in order to defraud the Paycheck Protection Program of over $1.5 million using fake tax and payroll documentation.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/seattle-software-developer-pleads-guilty-wire-fraud-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7012772-Zhang-Complaint.html
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24MugeMa$813,250$24,869,196NNNYYYNew YorkNew York International Capital, LLC (1); Hurley Human Resources, LLC (2)Cannot find data linked to approved PPP loanMay 20, 2020Muge Ma, aka, "Hummer Mars," was accused by law enforcement of creating two bogus companies purporting to employing hundreds of employees. Mars also allegedly fabricated that one of his companies, NYIC, was in contact with New York State government officials to obtain personal protective equipment at the start of the pandemic.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/chinese-national-arrested-20-million-scheme-fraudulently-obtain-loans-intended-helphttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7012803-Hummer-Mars-Complaint.html
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25Samuel Yates$500,000$5,000,000YNNNYYTexasLone Star TuningCeltic Bank CorporationMay 18, 2020According to the Justice Department, Yates purported his business employed over 400 people with an average monthly payroll of $2 million. According to the press release, "Yates submitted a list of purported employees that he obtained from a publicly available random name generator on the internet."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-man-charged-5-million-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7213227-Yates-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/samuel-yates-maud-tx-75567
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26Shashank Rai$0$13,006,200YNNNNYYTexasRai Family, LLCN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)May 12, 2020According to allegations, Rai allegedly sought over $13 million "claiming to have 250 employees with an average monthly payroll of $4 million." In actuality, the Texas Secretary of State office reports that his company, Rai Family, LLC "reported no revenues for the fourth quarter of 2019 or the first quarter of 2020."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/engineer-pleads-guilty-more-10-million-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033442-Rai-Complaint.html
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27Maurice Fayne$2,045,800$3,725,500NNNNYNGeorgiaFlame Trucking, Inc.United Community BankMay 12, 2020According to allegations, Maurice Fayne, aka "Arkansas Mo," among other things, "allegedly used more than $1.5 million of the PPP loan proceeds to purchase $85,000 in jewelry, including a Rolex Presidential watch, a diamond bracelet, a 5.73 carat diamond ring for himself."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/reality-tv-personality-charged-bank-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014430-Fayne-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/flame-trucking-inc-dacula-ga-30019
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28David Staveley$0$438,577YYYYYYRhode Island, MassachusettsRemington House (1); On The Trax (2); Top of the Bay (3)N/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)September 2, 2020According to allegations, Staveley co-conspired with David Butziger seeking loans on behalf of four businesses that had no employees. In addition, Staveley, "in an effort to deceive law enforcement into believing that he had died...staged his suicide by, among other things, leaving suicide notes with associates and in his car, which he left unlocked and parked by the Atlantic Ocean."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ri/pr/one-person-indicted-second-person-plead-guilty-covid-19-stimulus-fraud-investigationhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7203678-Staveley-Indictment.html
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28David Butziger$0$105,381YYYYNYYRhode Island, MassachusettsDock WirelessN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)September 2, 2020Butziger pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud. According to allegations Butziger co-conspired with David Staveley "to seek forgivable loans guaranteed by the SBA, claiming to have dozens of employees earning wages at four different business, three restaurants and an electronics business, entities when, in fact, there were no employees working for any of the businesses."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ri/pr/one-person-indicted-second-person-plead-guilty-covid-19-stimulus-fraud-investigationhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7014426-David-a-Stavely-Affidavit.html
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29LeePrice III$1,689,952$4,618,110NYNYYYTexasPrice Enterprises Holdings (1); Price Logistic Services, LLC (2); 713 Construction LLC (3)Radius Bank; Harvest Small Business Finance, LLCAugust 3, 2020Lee Price III allegedly obtained nearly $1.7 million from the Paycheck Protection Program and according to allegations, "the individual listed as CEO on the 713 Construction loan application died in April 2020, a month before the application was submitted." Price is accused of also using some of the funds at several night and strip clubs in Houston.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-entrepreneur-charged-spending-covid-relief-funds-improper-expenses-includinghttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7033443-Price-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/price-enterprises-holdings-llc-houston-tx-77056-1https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/713-construction-llc-houston-tx-77002
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30DennesGarciaYNYYNYYGeorgiaDhanda CorporationCeltic Bank CorporationMarch 16, 2021Part of Augustin case
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20614839-garcia-complaint-and-affidavit
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30Phillip Augustin$17,400,000$34,000,000NYYNYYOhio, FloridaClear Vision Music Group, LLC Celtic Bank CorporationJuly 28, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016559-Augustin-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/clear-vision-music-group-llc-hialeah-fl-33015
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30AndreClarkNYYNYYFloridaTop Choice LLC Celtic Bank CorporationAugust 3, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016561-Clark-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/top-choice-southwest-ranches-fl-33330
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30Keyaira BosticNYYNYYFloridaI Am Liquid, Inc.Celtic Bank CorporationAugust 3, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016555-Bostic-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/i-am-liquid-inc-pembroke-pines-fl-33025
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30DamionMckenzieNYYNYYFloridaFive Plus Investment Group LLCCross River Bank August 3, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016560-Mckenzie-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/five-plus-investment-group-llc-miami-gardens-fl-33056
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30Wyleia WilliamsNYYNYYOhio, FloridaN/AN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)July 28, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016558-Williams-Complaint.html
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30JamesStoteNYYNYYOhio, FloridaUSA Homes and Remodeling, Inc. Celtic Bank CorporationJune 24, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016562-Stote-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/usa-homes-and-remodeling-inc-hollywood-fl-33026
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30Ross CharnoNYYNYYOhio, FloridaOMP Enterprises, LLC (1); PM Autobody, Inc. (2)Cross River Bank; Celtic Bank CorporationJune 24, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016557-Charno-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/omp-enterprises-llc-fort-lauderdale-fl-33315https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/pm-autobody-davie-fl-33328
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30Deon LevyNYYNYYOhioApex Now Corp.Cross River BankJune 8, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016556-Levy-and-Deon-Afadavit.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/apex-now-corp-solon-oh-44139
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30Abdul-AzeemLevyNYYNYYOhioApex Now Corp.Cross River BankJune 8, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nine-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7016556-Levy-and-Deon-Afadavit.html
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30JoshuaBellamyNYYNYYFloridaDrip Entertainment, LLC Cross River Bank September 9, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nfl-player-charged-role-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7205884-Bellamy-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/drip-entertainment-llc-miami-fl-33130
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30Tiara WalkerNYYNYYFloridaUtilization Review Pros, LLCCross River Bank September 3, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/nfl-player-charged-role-24-million-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208878-Tiara-Walker-Complaint-and-Affidavit.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/utilization-review-pros-llc-miami-gardens-fl-33056
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30Diamond SmithNYYNYYFloridaThrowbackjerseys.com (1); Blue Star Records (2)Celtic Bank Corporation (2)October 1, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/florida-recording-artist-and-pennsylvania-man-charged-role-24-million-covid-relief-fraudhttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277332-Smith-Complaint-and-Affidavithttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/throwbackjerseys-comllc-pembroke-pines-fl-33025https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/blue-star-records-llc-miami-gardens-fl-33055
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30TonyeJohnsonNYYNYYPennsylvaniaSynergy Towing & Transportation, LLCCeltic Bank CorporationSeptember 18, 2020According to allegations, individuals involved in the Augustin case, including NFL player Joshua Bellamy, "allegedly participated in an extensive nationwide scheme to file at least 90 fraudulent applications for millions of dollars in PPP loans in exchange for illegal kickbacks of portions of the loan proceeds." In total the Justice Department accuses the individuals of seeking over $24 million collectively and obtaining at least $17 million in PPP funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/florida-recording-artist-and-pennsylvania-man-charged-role-24-million-covid-relief-fraudhttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277334-Johnson-Complainthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/synergy-towing-and-transport-flourtown-pa-19031
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30DevonteThamesNYYNYYSouth CarolinaBerneta E. Thames FoundationCeltic Bank CorporationFebruary 24, 2021According to allegations, "an affidavit states that Thames spent $18,500 of the PPP loan proceeds on "luxury items and personal expenses" from fashion stores such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Neiman Marcus."https://abcnews4.com/newsletter-daily/affidavit-lowcountry-charity-founder-part-of-ppp-loan-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20515286-thames-affidavit https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/berneta-e-thames-foundation-llc-hollywood-sc-29449
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30CindiDentonNYYNYYCaliforniaEmerald Jade SolutionsCeltic Bank CorporationMarch 16, 2021Part of Augustin case
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20614834-denton-complaint-and-affidavit#document/p2/a2028286
https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/emerald-jade-solutions-inc-beverly-hills-ca-90212
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30JericcaRosadoNYYNYYGeorgiaMarch 16, 2021Part of Augustin case
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20615014-jericca-rosado-complaint
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30ShanrikaDuhartNYYNYYFloridaHair She Goes, IncCeltic Bank CorporationMarch 16, 2021Part of Augustin case
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20614828-shanrika-duhart-complaint
https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/hair-she-goes-inc-coconut-creek-fl-33073
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30YashicaBainNYYNYYFloridaMicroblading Brow Studio, LLCCeltic Bank CorporationMarch 16, 2021Part of Augustin case
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20614838-bain-complaint-and-affidavit
https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/microblading-brow-studio-llc-miramar-fl-33025
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31Darrell Thomas$1,605,768$1,605,768NNNNYYGeorgiaBellator Phront Group, Inc.(1); Lee Operations (2)Harvest Small Business Finance; Celtic BankAugust 4, 2020According to the Justice Department, Thomas et al. allegedly sought loans on behalf of five companies "seeking loans of approximately $800,000 for each company." The indictment alleges that "shortly after receiving the PPP funds, Thomas, Gaines, Green, and Benoit transferred the money to secondary bank accounts, including an account controlled by (Carla) Jacksonhttps://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-over-4-million-paycheck-protection-program-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7031187-Thomas-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/bellator-phront-group-inc.-roswell-ga-30076https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/lee-operations-llc-novi-mi-48377
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31Andre Gaines$806,710$806,710NNNNYYGeorgiaGaines Reservation and Travel, LLCCross River BankAugust 4, 2020According to the Justice Department, Thomas et al. allegedly sought loans on behalf of five companies "seeking loans of approximately $800,000 for each company." The indictment alleges that "shortly after receiving the PPP funds, Thomas, Gaines, Green, and Benoit transferred the money to secondary bank accounts, including an account controlled by (Carla) Jacksonhttps://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-over-4-million-paycheck-protection-program-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7031187-Thomas-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/gaines-reservation-and-travel-hiram-ga-30141
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31KahlilGreen$830,000$830,000YNNNNYYOhioImpact Creations, LLCCross River BankAugust 4, 2020According to the Justice Department, Thomas et al. allegedly sought loans on behalf of five companies "seeking loans of approximately $800,000 for each company." The indictment alleges that "shortly after receiving the PPP funds, Thomas, Gaines, Green, and Benoit transferred the money to secondary bank accounts, including an account controlled by (Carla) Jacksonhttps://www.ajc.com/news/business/fbi-seizes-nearly-2-million-from-roswell-firms-accused-of-ppp-fraud/QBEPOYB5KVDGXOT6EPAEVJFQY4/https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7031187-Thomas-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/impact-creations-llc-cleveland-oh-44114
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31Bern Benoit$830,417$830,417NNNNYYCaliforniaTransportation Management Services, Inc.Cross River BankAugust 4, 2020According to the Justice Department, Thomas et al. allegedly sought loans on behalf of five companies "seeking loans of approximately $800,000 for each company." The indictment alleges that "shortly after receiving the PPP funds, Thomas, Gaines, Green, and Benoit transferred the money to secondary bank accounts, including an account controlled by (Carla) Jacksonhttps://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-over-4-million-paycheck-protection-program-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7031187-Thomas-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/transportation-management-services-woodbury-mn-55125
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31Carla JacksonNNNNYYGeorgiaN/AN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)August 4, 2020According to the Justice Department, Thomas et al. allegedly sought loans on behalf of five companies "seeking loans of approximately $800,000 for each company." The indictment alleges that "shortly after receiving the PPP funds, Thomas, Gaines, Green, and Benoit transferred the money to secondary bank accounts, including an account controlled by (Carla) Jacksonhttps://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-over-4-million-paycheck-protection-program-fraud-schemehttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7031187-Thomas-et-al-Complaint.html
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32Kenneth Gaughan$2,179,465$2,179,465YYNNNYYDistrict of ColumbiaService Animals of America, Inc. (1); Service Dog of America, Inc. (2); Certapet, Inc. (3); Official Service Dogs, Inc. (4); Therapeutic Solutions, Inc. (5); Therapy Dog, Inc. (6); Therapy Dog International Inc. (7); ESA Registry International, Inc. (8)First Bank of the Lake; Kabbage, Inc.; Bank of America; Northeast Bank; Radius Bank; Fund-Ex Solutions Group, LLCAugust 10, 2020According to allegations, Gaughan was charged for allegedly "obtaining over $2.1 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans." Gaughan, in addition to allegedly creating bogus emotional support animal companies, used the PPP funds to "purchase a 2020 Cruisers Yachts 338 CX 33-foot watercraft, a 2020 Kia Stinger, and a rowhouse in Northeast, Washington, D.C."https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/pr/district-man-charged-over-2-million-paycheck-protection-program-and-related-loan-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7034706-Gaughan-Affidavit-in-Support-of-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/service-animals-of-america-washington-dc-20002https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/certapet-inc-washington-dc-20005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/official-service-dogs-washington-dc-20005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/therapetic-solutions-washington-dc-20005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/therapy-dog-inc-washington-dc-20005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/esa-registry-international-washington-dc-20005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/therapy-dog-international-washington-dc-20005
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33Arman Manukyan$867,187$1,751,935YNNNYYCaliforniaArgo Global (1); Express Wiring (2)Bank of AmericaAugust 10, 2020According to the Justice Department, Manukyan sought PPP funds on behalf of two shell companies, purporting that one company, Argo Global, "was a sewing business with 73 employees." Allegedly, on August 9, Manukyan boarded a flight headed to Belarus as a final destination.https://www.justice.gov/usao-cdca/pr/san-fernando-valley-man-charged-fraudulently-obtaining-covid-relief-loans-his-shamhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7040096-Manukyan-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/argo-global-incorporated-beverly-hills-ca-90210
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34Karen Chapon$596,931$1,096,931NYNYYYNevadaDesert Sun Events (1); Tahoe Weddings and Events (2); Heavenly Tahoe Properties (3)Cross River BankAugust 12, 2020According to allegations unsealed by the Justice Department "Chapon made numerous false and misleading statements about her companies’ respective business operations and payroll expenses, and falsely denied that she had been convicted of a felony in the past five years." https://www.justice.gov/usao-nv/pr/nevada-woman-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7040097-Chapon-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/heavenly-tahoe-properties-las-vegas-nv-89107
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35Sheng-Wen Cheng$2,800,000$3,760,947NNNYYYNew YorkCeleri Network (1); Wynston York (2); Alchemy Finance (3); Celeri Treasury (4); Alchemy Guarantor (5)Cross River Bank; Celtic Bank Corporation; Bank of America; Customers BankAugust 17, 2020According to allegations unsealed by the Justice Department, "Cheng allegedly lied to the Small Business Administration and several financial institutions about ownership of his companies, the number of people the companies employed, and how any loan proceeds would be applied, and he used forged and fraudulent documents in the process. Of the nearly $3 million he actually received, Cheng allegedly transferred nearly $1 million to overseas accounts, and spent nearly $300,000 on personal luxury items." https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/acting-manhattan-us-attorney-announces-charges-7-million-scheme-defraud-loan-programshttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7039663-Cheng-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/alchemy-finance-inc-new-york-ny-10005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/celeri-network-inc-new-york-ny-10038https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/celeri-treasury-llc-new-york-ny-10005https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wynston-york-llc-new-york-ny-10005
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36KyleBrenizer$841,000$1,682,000NYNYYYMinnesotaTrue-Cut Construction, LLCCannot find data linked to approved PPP loanAugust 19, 2020According to allegations, Brenizer falsely stated that his business, True-Cut Construction, had an average monthly payroll of "over $330,000 for approximately 30 employees." Brenizer also allegedly, "falsely certified that he was not subject to any pending criminal charges even though he was allegedly named in multiple felony charges pending in the State of Minnesota for such charges as check forgery, identify theft, and theft by swindle."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/minnesota-man-charged-covid-relief-fraud-and-money-launderinghttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7049090-Brenizer-Indictment.html
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37David Redfern$403,120$813,422YNNNNYYNorth CarolinaWilder Effects, LLCCeltic Bank CorporationAugust 25, 2020According to allegations, Redfern "fraudulently applied for two EIDLs and a PPP loan" on behalf of his company, Wilder Effects, LLC. To support his PPP application, Redfern submitted false documentation which, "included a fake IRS filing that purported to be Wilder Effects’ Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return for the first quarter of 2020, showing that the company paid wages to 20 employees, when in reality the IRS has no record of such a filing."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/north-carolina-man-charged-covid-19-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7045073-Redfern-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wilder-effects-llc-trinity-nc-27370
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38TarikJaafar$1,438,500$6,600,000YYNNNYYVirginiaBlue Pearl, LLC (1); Global Capital Financing (2); Visla Capital (3); Washington Group, LLC (4)Sonabank (1); Sonabank (2); IncredibleBank (3); Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC (4)June 19, 2020According to allegations, Jaafar and his wife created four "shell companies" that did no legitimate business, and faked payroll and tax documents purporting that PPP loans would pay non-existent employees. The two pleaded guilty to defrauding the Paycheck Protection Program.https://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/man-sentenced-covid-19-fraud-involving-paycheck-protection-programhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7071128-Jaafar-and-Jaworska-Affidavit.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/blue-pearl-mclean-va-22102https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/global-capital-financing-mclean-va-22102https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/visla-capital-llc-vienna-va-22182https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/washington-capital-group-mclean-va-22102
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38MonikaJaworskaYYNNNYYVirginiaBlue Pearl, LLC (1); Global Capital Financing (2); Visla Capital (3); Washington Group, LLC (4)Sonabank (1); Sonabank (2); IncredibleBank (3); Harvest Small Business Finance, LLC (4)June 19, 2020According to allegations, Jaafar and his wife created four "shell companies" that did no legitimate business, and faked payroll and tax documents purporting that PPP loans would pay non-existent employees. The two pleaded guilty to defrauding the Paycheck Protection Program.https://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/man-pleads-guilty-covid-19-fraud-involving-paycheck-protection-programhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7071128-Jaafar-and-Jaworska-Affidavit.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/blue-pearl-mclean-va-22102https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/global-capital-financing-mclean-va-22102https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/visla-capital-llc-vienna-va-22182https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/washington-capital-group-mclean-va-22102
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39BrandonCasutt$349,775$2,691,740YNNNNYYNevadaSky DeSign(1); Skyler's C.F. Foundation (2)Cross River BankAugust 10, 2020According to allegations, "Casutt laundered the PPP funds by writing checks to 23 different people — friends, family members, associates, and himself — each in the amount of $8,330 with “back pay” and “pandemic pay” in the checks’ memo lines."https://www.justice.gov/usao-nv/pr/nevada-man-charged-using-covid-relief-funds-buy-househttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7071138-Casutt-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/brandon-casutt-las-vegas-nv-89156
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40LatoyaStanley$302,860$302,860YYYYNNYYFloridaDream Gurl Beauty Supply, LLCCeltic Bank CorporationAugust 25, 2020According to allegations, Stanley and Philus purported to employing dozens of personnel for their respected companies, including that they hired dozens of individuals at bogus farms. "In actuality, the complaint alleges that Stanley and Philus employed no one and the farms did not exist."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/couple-pleads-guilty-11-million-covid-relief-fraud-after-falsely-claiming-be-farmershttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7071139-Stanley-and-Philus-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/dream-gurl-beauty-supply-llc-north-miami-fl-33161
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40Johnny Philus$538,325$538,325YYYYNNYYFloridaElegance Auto Boutique, LLCCeltic Bank CorporationAugust 25, 2020According to allegations, Stanley and Philus purported to employing dozens of personnel for their respected companies, including that they hired dozens of individuals at bogus farms. "In actuality, the complaint alleges that Stanley and Philus employed no one and the farms did not exist."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/couple-pleads-guilty-11-million-covid-relief-fraud-after-falsely-claiming-be-farmershttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7071139-Stanley-and-Philus-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/elegance-auto-boutique-llc-miami-fl-33161
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41JeanFleuridor$60,000$60,000YNYYYYFloridaSkyline Development & Construction, LLCRegions BankAugust 25, 2020According to allegations, Fleuridor was involved in a Synthetic Identification (ID) fraud scheme using stolen identities to apply for loans, including loans for businesses purported to be owned by the defendants.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdfl/pr/two-men-who-allegedly-used-synthetic-identities-existing-shell-companies-and-prior-0https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7048985-Fleuridor-and-Brown-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/skyline-development-and-construction-llc-weston-fl-33326
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41HasanBrown$3,664,927$3,664,927YNYYYYFloridaTech Savvy Holding Corp. (1); Debs Housekeeping (2); Carter Landscaping Services Inc. (3)Celtic Bank Corporation; Cross River Bank; Celtic Bank CorporationAugust 25, 2020According to allegations, Brown was involved in a Synthetic Identification (ID) fraud scheme using stolen identities to apply for loans, including loans for businesses purported to be owned by the defendants.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdfl/pr/two-men-who-allegedly-used-synthetic-identities-existing-shell-companies-and-prior-0https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7048985-Fleuridor-and-Brown-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/tech-savvy-holding-corp-aventura-fl-33180https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/debs-housekeeping-services-inc-miami-fl-33130https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/carter-landscaping-services-inc-naples-fl-34116
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42AntonioGeorge$2,339,742$3,100,000NYNNYYMichiganATX Inc (1); DXX Enterprise (2); SFX Transportation, Inc. (3); Seven Investment Group (4); Cabrejas Renovations (5); The Kongo Enterprise (6); The Tax Wolf, LLC (7); Diva Nails & Spa III, LLC (8); Orcas, Inc (9); S&V Alliance (10); Express Property Preservation (11); Bless My Grind, LLC (12); Cercle Interieur (13); The Black Wolf, Inc. (14); Defined Jewelry (15); AMG Solutions, LLC (16)Citizens Bank (x8); Fifth Third Bank (x2); Kabbage, Inc. (x3); Cross River BankAugust 28, 2020According to the Justice Department, "George was the nexus in an attempt to obtain approximately $3.1 million in PPP loans through applications to insured financial institutions, and others, on behalf of 19 different companies." Allegedly, George provided false and misleading documents about certain of the companies’ respective business operations and payroll expenses. As an example of such false documentation, the complaint alleges that George submitted identical wage information and employee count records for two separate companies. One of those companies has allegedly not been operational since 2015."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/michigan-man-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7185093-George-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/atx-inc-redford-mi-48239https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/sfx-transportation.inc-redford-mi-48239https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/seven-investment-group-llc-southfield-mi-48075https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/the-kongo-enterprise-redford-mi-48239https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/bless-my-grind-llc-detroit-mi-48219https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/the-black-wolf-inc-redford-mi-48239https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/defined-jewelry-inc-southfield-mi-48075https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/cercle-interieur-inc-southfield-mi-48075
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43CaseyCrowther$2,098,700$2,098,700YNNNNNNFloridaTarget Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc.Sanibel Captiva Community BankSeptember 1, 2020According to allegations, Crowther falsely certified that the loan proceeds would "only be used for business-related purposes, to retain workers, and maintain payroll...the complaint further alleges that within days of receiving the PPP funds, Crowther used a portion of the funds to purchase a 2020 40-foot catamaran boat for approximately $689,417."https://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/pr/fort-myers-business-owner-arrested-and-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7201340-Crowther-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/target-roofing-and-sheet-metal-inc.-fort-myers-fl-33905Crowther was convicted of bank fraud, making a false statement to a lending institution, and two counts of money laundering on March 26, 2021. Prior to trial, he pleaded guilty to 2 counts (https://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/pr/fort-myers-business-owner-convicted-trial-covid-relief-fraud)
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44JaeChoi$8,971,457$8,971,457NNNNYYNew JerseySmart Learning Inc. (1); The Homeschool Buyers Club (2); Educloud, Inc. (3)First Home Bank (1); Hanmi Bank (2); Cache Valley Bank (3)September 2, 2020Choi, an attorney, allegedly used nearly $1 million to purchase a home and wired $2.6 million into stock and an investment account shared with his spouse.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/new-jersey-attorney-charged-fraudulently-obtaining-9-million-loans-meant-help-smallhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7203823-Choi-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/smart-learning-inc.-new-york-ny-10013https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/the-homeschool-buyers-club-inc.-fremont-ca-94538https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/educloud-inc-new-york-ny-10013
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45MichaelDouros$239,091$437,091YNNNNYNUtahEpic Rentals UT, LLCCache Valley BankAugust 14, 2020Douros pleaded guilty to fraud and making false statements to the Small Business Administration. According to admissions in the case: "Douros claimed his son owned 50 percent of Epic Rentals when, in fact, his son was a straw owner and did not own any portion of the business. Douros has a previous felony conviction that he also did not disclose on his application."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ut/pr/salt-lake-city-man-pleads-guilty-fraud-counts-connection-getting-paycheck-protectionhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7203817-Douros-Information.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/epic-rentals-ut-llc-south-jordan-ut-84095
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46Nikole Edwards $19,583$19,583YNNNNYYCaliforniaSocial Savvy Marketing, LLCCustomers BankAugust 31, 2020Edwards pleaded guilty to making false statements to the Small Business Administration. According to her admissions: "Edwards falsely claimed that Social Savvy Marketing employed two individuals who earned annual salaries of $75,000 and $50,000. In reality, Social Savvy Marketing did not have any employees. Edwards also provided false addresses and Social Security numbers for her purported employees."https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdca/pr/san-diego-woman-created-fake-employees-swindle-cares-act-funds-pleads-guilty-federalhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7203884-Edwards-Information.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/social-savvy-marketing-llc-san-diego-ca-92101
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47Larry Jordan$5,584,033$7,594,182NYNNYYNew York5 Stems, LLC (1); 5 Stems Inc. (2); FLE, LLC (3); HHDonDeck (4); Standard Ascension (5)Enterprise Corporation (1); Evolve Bank & Trust (2)September 8, 2020Allegedly, the two brothers used several defunct companies to apply for federally backed loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. A supporting criminal complaint alleges that Larry Jordan wired over $600,000 to his brother, Sutukh El after receiving at least one successful PPP loan.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/new-york-brothers-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208999-Jordan-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/5-stems-lancaster-ny-14086https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/5-stems-inc-memphis-tn-38104
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47SutukhElNYNNYYNew York5 Stems, LLC (1); 5 Stems Inc. (2); FLE, LLC (3); HHDonDeck (4); Standard Ascension (5)Enterprise Corporation (1); Evolve Bank & Trust (2)September 8, 2020Allegedly, the two brothers used several defunct companies to apply for federally backed loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. A supporting criminal complaint alleges that Larry Jordan wired over $600,000 to his brother, Sutukh El after receiving at least one successful PPP loan.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/new-york-brothers-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208999-Jordan-et-al-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/5-stems-lancaster-ny-14086https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/5-stems-inc-memphis-tn-38104
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48MatthewWelch$0$35,000YYNNNNYMontanaWelch Sole ProprietorshipN/A (defendant was either unsuccessful or was not the name on application)August 21, 2020According to allegations, Welch "purported to operate a sole proprietorship in his name that provided construction services." He allegedly concealed in a loan application he was facing criminal charges and that he planned on using the "PPP loan proceeds to pay for restitution and other costs related to pending criminal cases." https://www.justice.gov/usao-mt/pr/laurel-man-charged-covid-19-relief-fraud-connection-paycheck-protection-programhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7213228-Welch-Indictment.html
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49Christopher J.Agard$396,875$396,875NYNNYYGeorgiaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30067
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49LaurenDuhartNYNNYYSouth Carolina, GeorgiaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30061
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49JoshuaSmithNYNNYYSouth Carolina, GeorgiaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30062
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49Steve LewisNYNNYYSouth Carolina, GeorgiaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30063
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49HenryDuffieldNYNNYYSouth CarolinaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30064
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49JeremyLatourneauNYNNYYSouth CarolinaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30065
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49DerickKeaneNYNNYYSouth CarolinaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation September 8, 2020According to the Justice Department, Christopher J. Agard and six other individuals were indicted for obtaining at least $390,000 in funds tied to the Paycheck Protection Program, marking the 50th case of PPP fraud in the United States. Allegedly, this case started as a drug trafficking investigation before investigators found that Agard used his business, Wild Stylz Entertainment, to launder money, with at least three individuals indicted in the case who used money to gamble at a casino.https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/seven-charged-connection-over-750000-money-laundering-scheme-involving-funds-paycheckhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7208880-Duhart-et-al-Indictment.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/wild-stylz-entertainment-llc-marietta-ga-30066
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49RooseveltHunt$396,875$396,875NYNNYYSouth CarolinaWild Stylz Entertainment, LLCCeltic Bank Corporation August 31, 2020https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/20614842-roosevelt-hunt-information
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50LolaKasali$1,937,500$3,813,444YNNNYYTexasLola's Level (1); Charm Hair Extensions (2)Kabbage Inc; Radius BankSeptember 4, 2020The Justice Department alleges that Kasali applied for loans on behalf of at least one bogus company. After receiving over $1.9 million, Kasali allegedly opened up four bank accounts to disburse the funds.https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-woman-charged-fraudulently-obtaining-nearly-2-million-covid-relief-fundshttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7212221-Kasali-Complaint.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/lola's-level-houston-tx-77099-1https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/lola's-level-houston-tx-77099-2
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51JeanLavanture$4,184,781$4,184,781YNNNNYYNew YorkIntrust investment Realty (1); Project Youth Exposure, Inc. (2); Dreamcast Entertainment, LLC (3); Woodstock Torch Awards (4); Provident Investment Realty (5)Bank of America; Kabbage Inc.September 9, 2020According to allegations, Lavanture, among other things used "approximately $439,503.25 of the loaned funds in cash, and drew on loaned funds when he purchased a motel in Rockaway Beach, Missouri, and transferred $952,000 in connection with the purchase of a 8.54-acre estate in Byram Township, New Jersey, that includes an 18-room Tuscan-style mansion."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndny/pr/ulster-county-man-charged-covid-19-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7218130-Lavanture-Complaint.html
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52UzoamakaOhaebosim$1,253,000$2,453,000NNNNYYFloridaSpite the Movie, LLCCity National Bank of FloridaSeptember 11, 2020According to allegations, Ohaebosim "allegedly provided a false IRS payroll tax form indicating that his company, Spite the Movie, LLC (“STM”), had over 100 employees who had received wages of approximately $983,000 with taxes withheld of approximately $122,000 in the first quarter of 2020," which turned out to be false. https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdfl/pr/texas-man-charged-miami-federal-court-using-false-payroll-documents-obtain-12-millionhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7218131-Ohaebosim-Complaint.html https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/spite-the-movie-llc-jackson-ms-39202
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53MichaelMoller$599,251$4,725,743YYYNYYYRhode IslandTop Notch Tile (1); Alves Top Notch (2); TNT Tile (3); A Top Notch Remodel (4)The Farmers State Bank; Webster Bank (x2)September 18, 2020According to the allegations against Moller, he " filed eight fraudulent PPP loan applications, all in the name of his girlfriend’s son, to pay employees for a Fall River-based business for which investigators could find no records."https://www.justice.gov/usao-ri/pr/ri-man-admits-fraudulently-seeking-47-million-covid-19-stimulus-loanshttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7216165-Moller-Criminal-Complaint-and-Affidavit.htmlhttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/top-notch-tile-fall-river-ma-02720https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/randal-moller-dba-tnt-tile-fall-river-ma-02720
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54TristanPan$1,745,427$6,190,839YNNNYYNorth CarolinaPan Insurance Agency (1); A&D Pan Legacy (2); Pan Legacy (3); Digital Encryption Storage (4); Health Care Without Borders (5); Technology for Teaching (6); Khaleesi (7); NC Health Care Reform Advisors (8); Pan Realty (9); Night's Watch (10) Readycap Lending; Customers BankSeptember 23, 2020According to the Justice Department, "Pan allegedly submitted fourteen PPP loan applications seeking over $6.1 million and received more than $1.7 million in benefits." According to the indictment, Pan Legacy, Khaleesi and Night's Watch were not registered until April or May of 2020.https://www.justice.gov/usao-ednc/pr/garner-man-charged-fraudulently-seeking-over-6-million-covid-relief-fundshttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7221066-Pan-Indictment.html
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55MartinKao$12,841,490$17,767,792NNNNYYHawaiiNavatek, LLC (1); Navatek CFS Technologies (2)Central Pacific Bank; Radius BankSeptember 29, 2020According to allegations, Kao "received approximately $12.8 million in PPP funds over $2 million of which he transferred to his own personal account" on behalf of his company Martin Defense Group, fka Navatek, LLC. In order to obtain the funds, Kao "falsely inflated the number of employees on the loan application and falsely certified that the applicant and its affiliates would not receive, and had not received, another PPP loan." https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/hawaii-ceo-charged-covid-relief-fraudhttps://www.documentcloud.org/documents/7220957-Kao-Complaint-and-Affidavit.html
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56DineshSah$17,300,000$24,800,000YNYYNYYTexasCleveland Springfield, LLC (1); Quadrant Clover, LLP (2); Symbiont Retailers, LLC (3); Unilaxy International, LLC (4); Horizon Enterprises, LLC (5); ChargEdge, Inc. (6); Relief Without Borders, LLC (7); Horizon 5 Lakes, LLC (8); Convergenz Entertainment, LLC (9); Unilaxy Advisors, LLC (10); Symbiont, LLC (11)Cross River Bank (x7); Kabbage; BSD Capital; Celtic Bank Corporation; Bank of AmericaOctober 6, 2020According to allegations, "Sah submitted 15 fraudulent applications, filed under the names of various purported businesses that he owned or controlled," and, spent funds on "multiple homes and luxury cars, including a 2020 Bentley convertible."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/texas-man-charged-24-million-covid-relief-fraudhttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277348-Sah-Indictmenthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/2017-cleveland-springfield-llc-coppell-tx-75019https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/quadrant-clover-llp-chatsworth-ca-91311https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/symbiont-retailers-llc-canoga-park-ca-91303https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/unilaxy-international-llc-coppell-tx-75019https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/horizon-enterprises-llc-redondo-beach-ca-90278https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/chargedge-inc-fremont-ca-94536https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/relief-without-borders-llc-coral-gables-fl-33134https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/horizon-5-lakes-llc-canoga-park-ca-91303https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/horizon-5-lakes-llc-los-angeles-ca-91303https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/convergenz-entertainment-llc-santa-fe-nm-87505https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/unilaxy-advisors-llc-coppell-tx-75019
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57DidierKindambu$2,501,753$2,501,753NNNNYNVirginiaPapillon Holdings, Inc. (1); Papillon Air, Inc. (2)Bank of America (x2) October 16, 2020According to allegations, Kindambu obtained two loans for approximately $2.5 million and spent the funds on, among other things, "such as a Lexus automobile and a Cessna aircraft."https://www.justice.gov/usao-edva/pr/leesburg-man-arrested-25m-cares-act-loan-fraudhttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/20441256-kindambu-indictmenthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/papillon-holdings-incorporated-ashburn-va-20147https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/papillon-air-inc-ashburn-va-20147
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58Thomas Smith$1,000,000$1,200,000YNYNNYYWisconsinT & T Holdings, LLCCannot find data linked to approved PPP loanOctober 20, 2020According to allegations "the defendants submitted several fraudulent PPP loan applications to a federally insured financial institution and the SBA in the names of businesses with no actual operations or employees."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/man-pleads-guilty-directing-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277357-Smith-et-al-indictment
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58StephenSmithNYNNYYWisconsinCFA Auto Transport, LLCAssociated Bank, National AssociationOctober 20, 2020According to allegations "the defendants submitted several fraudulent PPP loan applications to a federally insured financial institution and the SBA in the names of businesses with no actual operations or employees."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277357-Smith-et-al-indictmenthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/cfa-auto-transport-llc-milwaukee-wi-53224
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58Samuel Davis Jr.NYNNYYIllinoisDavis Development Group, Inc.Associated Bank, National AssociationOctober 20, 2020According to allegations "the defendants submitted several fraudulent PPP loan applications to a federally insured financial institution and the SBA in the names of businesses with no actual operations or employees."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277357-Smith-et-al-indictmenthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/davis-development-group-inc-chicago-il-60654
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58RobertHamiltonNYNNYYWisconsinGlory Transportation Services, LLC Associated Bank, National AssociationOctober 20, 2020According to allegations "the defendants submitted several fraudulent PPP loan applications to a federally insured financial institution and the SBA in the names of businesses with no actual operations or employees."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277357-Smith-et-al-indictmenthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/glory-transportation-services-llc-milwaukee-wi-53224
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58JonathanHenleyNYNNYYIllinoisPremier Logistic Solutions, LLC Cannot find data linked to approved PPP loanOctober 20, 2020According to allegations "the defendants submitted several fraudulent PPP loan applications to a federally insured financial institution and the SBA in the names of businesses with no actual operations or employees."https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/five-charged-connection-covid-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277357-Smith-et-al-indictment
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59KeithNicoletta$1,903,157$1,903,157YYNNNYYFloridaWest Coast CoresCeltic Bank CorporationOctober 9, 2020According to allegations, "Nicoletta’s PPP loan application falsely claimed that Nicoletta had a local scrap metal business with 69 employees whose purported monthly payroll expenses exceeded $760,000—or more than $9 million annually. In truth, Nicoletta had reported no wages."https://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/pr/dade-city-man-admits-stealing-and-laundering-covid-relief-fundshttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277360-Nicoletta-Complainthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/west-coast-cores-llc-dade-city-fl-33525
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60AustinHsu$409,105$409,105YYNNNNYYWashington StateEvergreen Forest, Inc. (1); Huggtopus Corp. (2); Prodigy Holdings, PLLC (3); Sequoia West Corp. (4)Cross River Bank; Kabbage, Inc. (x2)October 26, 2020According to allegations, "Hsu, who is the owner and CEO of a company named Blackrock Services P.S. doing business as “Back 2 Health Bellevue” (Back 2 Health), received EIDL and PPP funds for Back 2 Health, and then used the names of Back 2 Health’s current and former employees to apply for additional PPP loans under the names of other companies that he owned and controlled." https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/man-pleads-guilty-covid-19-relief-fraud-schemehttps://beta.documentcloud.org/documents/7277361-Hsu-Complainthttps://covidbailouttracker.com/company/evergreen-forest-inc-issaquah-wa-98027https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/huggtopus-corpration-bellevue-wa-98004https://covidbailouttracker.com/company/prodigy-holdings-pllc-bellevue-wa-98004