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LBones linked to coronavirus fraud and identity theft in the United States have reached nearly US $ 100 million (£ 76.4 million) since the outbreak of the pandemic in March, while the Complaints for Covid-19 scams have at least doubled in most states, a consumer protection group said Tuesday.

A report by the group, based on government data, highlighted the vast scope of a rapidly growing cottage industry crime – from bogus stimulus check offers to shopping scams and bogus medicine – that prey on Americans already afflicted by the pandemic and its economic fallout.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the study found that California, Florida, New York, Texas and Pennsylvania – the most populous of the 50 U.S. states – were the five most targeted by coronavirus scams. in the country.

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