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Social Security Fraud: More Illegal Extra Income From More Than 800 Cakes


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I amn Austria, a 31-year-old woman was exposed through an ad on a social media site for allegedly running an illegal pastry shop. The woman allegedly sold at least 806 cakes and earned around 72,000 euros, the finance ministry announced on Sunday.

In addition, he reportedly received permanent unemployment benefits and emergency assistance starting in early 2022. According to the Upper Austrian Employment Service (AMS), he illegally received nearly 17,000 euros. “Such cases are not ordinary crimes, but damage the principles of a fair economy and a society based on solidarity,” Finance Minister Magnus Brunner said.

The 31-year-old is awaiting the reinstatement of support he allegedly applied for incorrectly. The financial police filed a fraud report with the public prosecutor's office and the tax office for tax evasion. An advertisement referring to the woman's social media account came to the attention of the financial police. The woman reportedly received 90 euros per cake.

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