Yet even more COVID-19 fraudsters have met their fate as widening fraud scope in America deepens

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Unfortunately we stand corrected in our previous sentiment that people would learn their lesson that isn’t the case. According to reports, yet another group of people has met their fate after a more than $25m COVID-19 loan scam involving at least 7 or so people per authorities. The ringleader of the group has been identified as LA based real estate broker Tamara Dadyan, 40, along with almost her entire family.

Federal authorities say that she applied for more than 100 fake loan applications along with her family and used the ill-gotten money for non emergency reasons. Those purchases included homes in more than 3 cities; luxury shopping trips and cars, and other high-end items that we’ve seen before.

In all the Dadyan family is believed to submitted more than 151 fake COVID-19 loan applications.

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The true criminals are understood to be Ayvazyan, 42, and his wife, Marietta Terabelian, 37,  who purchased a $3.25m home in Tarzana following the first few loan applications but evidently didn’t cover their tracks. The trio helped their family by “rushing” applications after they intentionally set alerts to determine when funds and programs would stop being offered to the public.

For his wife prosecutors initially sought a substantially longer sentence of at least 20 years for her callous crimes.

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