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October 13, 2022

Posted  October 13, 2022

Wisconsin-based public relations firm BVK, Inc. has agreed to pay $2.25 million to settle claims that it was ineligible for a second-draw loan that it received under the Paycheck Protection Program.  The second-draw loans had additional eligibility requirements from the first-draw loans, including a requirement that organizations that performed certain work on behalf of foreign governments were not allowed to receive a second-draw loan.  According to a whistleblower, at the time it applied for the second-draw loan, BVK was allegedly performing work on behalf of the government of the Dominican Republic and was thus ineligible for the loan it ultimately received.  USAO EDWI

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