NYC Migrant Debit Cards: Millions Spent, No-Bid Vendor Profits

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Mayor Eric Adams has launched a controversial $53 million program to provide prepaid debit cards to migrant families for purchasing food and baby supplies. The initiative, aimed at offering financial relief, has expanded to 7,300 families despite concerns over transparency and fraud. Critics argue that the funds could be misused, as there are no clear savings or accountability measures in place. Furthermore, the program’s no-bid contract with MOCAFI, a company linked to Adams’ supporters, raises questions about cronyism. While the city claims the program saves money, no detailed data has been provided to substantiate these claims, leading to skepticism about its effectiveness and fairness to taxpayers.
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00:00 – Prepaid debit cards
02:13 – Program’s 53 million
04:24 – $598,000 savings claimed
06:18 – Trust without transparency
08:45 – Vendor no-bid deal
11:03 – High fees issue
13:45 – $4 per meal
16:04 – Fraud risk high
18:21 – Demand extension next

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