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Minneapolis Woman Indicted for Orchestrating Multimillion-Dollar Accounts Receivable Factoring Scheme, PPP Loan Fraud
U.S. Attorney's Office District of Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS – A federal grand jury returned an indictment against a Minneapolis woman for orchestrating an accounts receivable factoring fraud scheme and a PPP loan fraud scheme, announced U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger.
According to court documents, Khemwattie Singh, 52, was the chief executive officer of Global Medical Services, a Minnesota-based healthcare solutions company. Between June and October 2018, Singh and others entered into factoring contracts with MD Capital Solutions, a Florida-based investment company, to purchase the accounts receivable of Global Medical Services and Minnesota International Medicine for more than $2.6 million. Factoring is a form of short-term financing in which a business sells its accounts receivable to a third-party at a discount.
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