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Florida woman sentenced to federal prison in construction fraud case

January 5, 2024

Inamagua owned and managed two fraudulent construction companies which purported to supply construction services and labor for construction contractors and subcontractors, according to court documents. Florida law required the companies, Uno Construction and Perfect Builders Group, to secure and maintain adequate worker’s compensation insurance coverage.

These “shell” companies had agreements with contractors and subcontractors to use workers — many who were unauthorized to work in the U.S. — alleged to be Inamagua’s employees at construction sites, though they were actually working for and under the daily supervision and direction of the contractors, according to the release.

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