The United States Department of Justice has reported seven people have been indicted by a Federal grand jury for orchestrating a $100 million dollar scheme.
The DOJ revealed a group of seven individuals defrauded the IRS by using stolen identities in order to obtain fraudulent tax refunds.
The indictment named “Abraham Yusuff, of Round Rock, Meghan Inyang, of San Antonio, Christopher Eduardo, of Round Rock, Christian Mathurin, of Nashville, Tennessee, Dillon Anozie, of San Antonio, Babajide Ogunbanjo, of Austin, and Aydin Mammadov, of Houston”.
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Altogether the group allegedly filed “371 false tax returns claiming over $111 million in refunds.”
https://t.co/A4CglgwUOL DOJ Charges Seven in ‘Sophisticated’ Stolen Identity Scheme That Sought Over $100 Million From IRS: This was a massive operation.
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