Charges against five new individuals accused of filing for federal Superstorm relief under false pretenses brings the total in the New Jersey Attorney General's office to a half-hundred in the nearly two years since the first allegations were lodged.
Starting May 1, Sandy-surviving homeowners looking for help in New Jersey's Housing Recovery Centers (HRC) will have two fullly operating options, Freehold and Newark. Satellite offices will continue in Toms River and Atlantic City.
In the first two months since the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reopened offices in Sandy-damaged counties with fresh funding for low-interest Superstorm disaster loans, the agency has received in excess of 500 applications, and approved 139, for about $5,600,000.
New Jersey renters, homeowners and business owners still recovering from Superstorm Sandy damage are being encouraged to apply for disaster assistance loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
Add eight more to the list of alleged Superstorm fraudsters facing theft charges by the New Jersey Attorney General's office -and none of them have primary addresses at the shore, according to investigators.
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