Two New Yorkers have been charged after they allegedly applied for unemployment benefits in at least three states, using other people’s identities, and received over $200,000 in payment. Prosecutors say Christopher Ferrera, 25, and Ashley Bourdier, 27, used the names and social security numbers of more than 25 other people to fraudulently obtain unemployment insurance. They were arrested Tuesday and… …read more

Source:: NBC New York – Local News


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2 New Yorkers Accused of Fraudulently Claiming $200K in Unemployment From 3 States

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