“1,800 euros per month without doing anything”: Mertel, the YouTuber who boasted of defrauding social assistance will be controlled

After the scandal caused by the broadcast of the video inciting fraud, the Minister of Solidarity and Families, Aurore Bergé, announced on Tuesday September 19 that she had initiated an inspection with the National Family Allowance Fund (CNAF).

Youtuber Mertel wanted his moment of glory, it’s won. In a video widely relayed on social networks, he explains how he managed to manipulate aid by combining the Allowance for Disabled Adults (AAH), the Specific Solidarity Allowance (ASS) and Personalized Housing Assistance ( PLA). Enough to earn “1800 euros net per month, without doing anything”.

He says it himself, it’s a jackpot received “without giving a damn, without working”, he boasts. so this man. A successful sleight of hand because “I’m just handicapped on paper because I made arrangements with a doctor… I manipulated him.”

Fraud training for 300 euros

And he is even ready to share this know-how. He offers, through training for 300 euros, willing to reveal his secrets to defraud the AAH. He has no pity for these “moron employees who get up in the morning to go to work” to pay the famous allowances.

A video of an individual claiming to be defrauding social assistance has been circulating on social networks since last night.

My answer is clear: 0 impunity with fraudsters.??? pic.twitter.com/Cs10tZSmzs

— Aurore Bergé (@auroreberge) September 19, 2023

But now, the video worked so well that it reached the Minister of Solidarity and Families Aurore Bergé. Which wasted no time in “carrying out a CNAF check and (to) contact the MDPH”. On scolded.

Mertel deletes her Youtube account

And to recall that in 2022 “more than 32 million checks were carried out leading to the detection of 48,692 cases of fraud for an amount of 351.4 million euros (i.e. an increase of 13.5% in one year compared to to 2021). Our social model is too precious to be damaged: I will not let anything go,” concluded the minister.

Faced with the controversy, Mertel deleted his YouTube account, but the video in which he recounts his crime remains largely viral…

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