Mask misrepresentations lead a federal judge in Massachusetts to award a Washington-based company $925,000, after determining the defendants violated Massachusetts laws and breached a contract by accepting payment for face masks they didn’t actually possess.

U.S. District Judge Angel Kelley of the District of Massachusetts doubled the $462,500 FLTR Inc. claimed to have paid Safe and Clean Protection and AMS Ventures for face masks that later turned out to be nonexistent.

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