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Carola Strolger employs four people, but she estimates she’s received around 50 fraudulent unemployment separation notices in the last few months.
“In each letter I took the time to put a bright pink sticky note with ‘please call me, somebody call me,’ asking for help pretty much and no one of course has contacted me or replied to my emails or anything,” Strolger said.Read More.
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