Oregon's Attorney General's office says a woman will be charged with obtaining a fraudulent $2.1 million tax refund on a debit card, the biggest fraud refund case in the state's history.
Krystle Reyes, 25, allegedly faked her 2011 income tax return with over $3 million in made-up wages from a fake employer. The Oregon Department of Revenue, the state's tax agency, issued a $2.1 million refund to Reyes via a debit card. The agency said human error let the bogus refund go out.
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