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Two men who fraudulently claimed £ 200,000 between them in emergency loans from Covid by setting up bogus businesses were barred from running companies. The men, both from Rotherham, launched an investigation when they put their companies into voluntary liquidation after receiving Recovery Loans, which were offered by the government to help companies continue to navigate the lockdown. Muneef Ihsan was a director of three companies that received £ 150,000 in total, while Mahir Towid Ul Haque received a £ 50,000 loan and used part of it to buy a Rolex watch. The money has yet to be recovered, but the two men could face attempts to get it back.

Reference-www.bbc.co.uk

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