$1M in Pandemic Fraud by an Alabama Woman

An Alabama woman, Corine Campbell of Saraland, pleaded guilty Monday to helping create fraudulent federal pandemic relief applications for over $1 million.

Over 50 bogus applications were filed.

Reports show that the case started when a prison inmate filed a bogus claim of $21,000 which gave the idea to Corine Campbell.

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