Feds Charge 56 In Tax, Immigration Fraud Tied to India

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Federal authorities charged 56 people with posing as Internal Revenue Service agents and immigration authorities to siphon more than $300 million from thousands of unwitting victims to clear fictitious deportation warrants and tax debts, USA Today reports. The scheme, which employed a network of telephone call centers based in India, relied on personal information obtained from data brokers to target at least . . .

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