Owner of Havan stores, one of the richest in Brazil, received emergency aid
Businessman claims to have been a victim of fraud and personal data leakage
Luciano Hang, owner of the Havan retail chain, was registered and approved in the emergency aid program granted by the federal government due to the coronavirus pandemic. The case came to light on Tuesday (2) after the businessman had his data leaked by alleged hackers.
Hang denies having asked for the aid, which provides for a payment of R $ 600 for three months to the beneficiaries. The businessman, a notorious supporter of President Jair Bolsonaro (without a party), claims to have asked the PF (Federal Police) for an investigation into the fraud and the leakage of his personal data.
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