Federal authorities have charged a St. Petersburg man and his three sons with fraud over allegations that the men sold a "miracle cure" for COVID-19 that was little more than a bleach mixture.
A Chicago-area man is facing Federal fraud charges relating to allegations that he attempted to wrongly obtain over $400,000 in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans earlier this year.
A California man is facing Federal health care fraud charges after investigators say he submitted tens of millions of false claims for allergy and COVID-19 testing kits to Medicare.
A Texas man has been enjoined by the Federal government against selling a substance he claims to be a cure for C0VD-19 despite an alleged lack of evidence that the substance works as advertised.
A Georgia woman is facing Federal charges related to allegations that she attempted to defraud Medicare by submitting false claims for cancer testing.
A Texas "ozone therapy" business has been permanently enjoined from touting its service as a treatment for COVID-19 after a Federal investigation allegedly found the firm making such unproven claims.
Last week the Federal government enjoined a Utah man and his company from selling a purported COVID-19 cure that authorities say is untested, unproven, and ineffective.