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#1 Posted : Thursday, June 23, 2022 11:53:55 PM(UTC)

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German teenager arrested for opening COVID-19 testing centerสล็อตxoวอเลทforgery and forgery of documents This helped him scoop up 5.7 million euros in government subsidies, or about 210 million baht, without doing any work.

during covid-19 The epidemic is heavy and the need for screening tests is very high. The German authorities have a policy to pay subsidies to private hospitals that accept COVID-19 tests. by allowing these hospitals to send bills to reimburse

However, some scammers relied on such channels to pour money into their pockets. For example, in the case of this German student who came up with the idea that Just he made a fake document that he opened a Covid-19 testing center. After that, thousands of examination bills were issued per day, and they were able to wait for large subsidies from the government.

This young man was only 17 years old when he came up with such a conspiracy. And in the end, he was able to scoop up 5.7 million euros from the state without ever testing a single person for the coronavirus.

According to the prosecutor's office, The German National Association of Statutory Health Insurance (KBV) fell in love with the information this Freiburg boy sent. Between March and June 2011, he billed about 5,000 COVID-19 tests per day, for a total of about 500,000, which is unbelievable, but the KBV didn't. examine and transferred funds into his account for a total of 5.7 million euros

This fraudulent operation was exposed by a bank employee who noticed that This student's deposit account had an unusually large amount of money transferred in. and suspect that there may be a "money laundering"

The bank has contacted the police asking them to verify the origin of the money. until it was discovered that this young man had fraudulent behavior Therefore, all the money has been frozen.

For committing an offense while he was under 18, the boy was sentenced to a fine of 1,500 euros and one year on probation.
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