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If you are proved that you have committed unemployment compensation fraud, then below stated are the condition you will have to face in the Sate Florida as a deception:

You may have to be put in prison for about five years per offense.

You may have to pay fine upto $5000 per offense.

You may lose your future unemployment benefits.

You might be asked to repay all the benefits to which you were not entitled.
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