Business owners use emergency government cash to buy back super-cars
Several small and medium sized business owners are being criticized for using emergency government cash to buy back their super-cars from pawn-shops.
At the start of the crises – many business owners took their Ferraris, Aston-Martins and Porsches to specialized car pawn-shops.
But when the government money appeared – the first thing the owners did was to get their cars back.
Technically, that’s wrong. The money is supposed to be used to pay the company’s bills.