Mario Speedwagon? Convicted fraudster used phony employee names to apply for pandemic loan after release from prison, feds say

2022-03-04 19:40:36
In the paperwork for that loan, Burnett falsely claimed to be the owner of a construction company, identified as Company B, earning a $125,000 salary for the past 10 years, according the complaint. In fact, Burnett had been working part time for the company only since his release from prison, and was earning $13 an hour.

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