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Scam artists caught in the act

It's money for nothing…big money.

The state of Ohio paid out $58 million to workers comp cases that turned out to be frauds.  

Now, for the first time ever, 19 Action News takes you inside the secret investigative team who's job it is to catch these costly scam artists in the act!

Go undercover with Ohio's worker's comp scam squad!

 

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