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The North American Securities Administrators Association’s COVID-19 Enforcement Task Force said Wednesday that it has detected 244 pandemic-related schemes and taken action to disrupt 220 of them.

The task force, formed in April and led by NASAA’s Enforcement Section and Enforcement Technology Project Group, announced during a Zoom cast that to date, state and provincial securities investigators have said the schemes to defraud investors and consumers include 154 investment-related schemes and 90 non-investment schemes.

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