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We would like to remind those of you who have exhausted your PPP funds and haven't yet applied for loan forgiveness to please do so by visiting the PPP Forgiveness Application Portal. By using the SBA's direct application portal, processing time and the risk of an audit is significantly reduced. If you require bilingual services or would like to schedule an in-person appointment, please contact Maria Laboy for assistance at 978-237-5511 or at

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Here are some helpful tips to consider when trying to avoid scams:



  • Do not reveal personal or financial information in email, and do not respond to email solicitations for this information.


  • Verify a charity’s authenticity before making donations. Review the Federal Trade Commission’s page on Charity Scams for more information.

Look out for mail, emails or phone calls that:


  • Offer early access to a payment. Anyone who promises early or fast payment in exchange for personal information is most likely a scammer.


  • Use suspicious phrases.


  • Ask for personal information. If you receive a phone call or text from someone claiming to be from your bank or a government agency asking to verify your personal information, hang up immediately and call your bank or report it to the IRS.


  • Deliver a phony check. Some scammers will send out fake checks and require the recipient to verify personal information in order to cash it.


  • Mention grandchild being in jail. Scammers pose as lawyers who need bail money (often thousands of dollars). The scammer tells the victim that the grandchild cannot call due to their phone being confiscated. They then give instructions for the victim to withdraw cash for a courier who is being sent to pick it up.

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