The Internal Revenue Service is investigating a case of stolen identity in Roswell â€“ only the victim was not an individual, but a business, Channel 2 Action News reported.
The owner of Seagate Foods, which operates Captain Dâ€™s seafood restaurants in metro Atlanta, notified authorities that someone apparently had gotten hold of his companyâ€™s taxpayer identification number, Roswell police said.
The fraudsters created more than 100 fake W-2 forms to report in excess of $4 million in nonexistent salaries to state and federal agencies, authorities said. It likely was a scheme to collect fraudulent tax refunds, they said.
In the end, Seagate was left owing more than $800,000 in payroll taxes.
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