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Six months after the Paycheck Protection Program ended, the federal government has charged at least seven Inland Empire residents with fraud from the Paycheck Protection Program or the California Employment Development Department.

Cindi Denton, 63, of Eastvale, was sentenced in the Southern District of Florida to six months in prison and 12 months of home confinement Oct. 8, after pleading guilty to taking a PPP loan of $491,310 for her defunct Beverly Hills business consulting service, Emerald Jade Solutions, using fraudulent documents.

Clues

Investigators identified the fraudulent documents because they did not match one another, were shown through their file properties to have been modified using iText, were created

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