The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was intended to provide aid to small businesses in need of funds for employee payroll, benefits, and mortgages or rent. However, scammers quickly depleted the funds.

Do you know an individual or business that applied for a PPP loan when they weren’t eligible? Or maybe someone who is not using the money for what they should?

Whistleblowers with information about PPP fraud can file a case on behalf of the government and may be entitled to a portion of the recovery as a reward. Call our whistleblower attorneys at 866-401-5971 to learn more about your protections and rights.

Check out the video below for more information about Paycheck Protection Program fraud and how you can help hold fraudsters accountable and make sure taxpayer money is in the right hands.

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