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UPDATE: Schenectady woman accused of bilking IRS out of $87,000

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A Schenectady woman faces a federal indictment for an alleged check-writing and tax return scheme that scammed the Internal Revenue Service out of more than $87,000. She’s accused of sending the agency more than $3.6 million in bogus checks. Patricia Alfieri, 52, allegedly would send the IRS bogus checks, and then receive “overpayment” checks from the IRS before it realized the original checks were bad, according to the indictment filed in U.S. District Court in ...


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