Sunday, December 20, 2015

Shocking, I Tell You, Just Shocking

From Arizona Central:
The owner of a Phoenix used-car dealership who admitted defrauding dozens of desperate customers is a longtime employee of the Internal Revenue Service.
At the same time Gina Colombo told authorities that she took advantage of poor and non-English-speaking customers at Uncle Joe's Auto Sales, she also worked at the IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center in Phoenix.
An investigation by The Arizona Republic found that Colombo has been employed by the IRS since 1998 — and she remained employed after state prosecutors shut down Uncle Joe's and filed a consumer-fraud lawsuit against Colombo and her husband, Joseph Carrecia, in March.
Neither Colombo nor Carrecia returned messages left at their homes and offices.
IRS officials last week confirmed Colombo's employment. They would not explain whether her admissions of fraud in the civil lawsuit preclude her from working for the agency.
Let's see:
A person who has defrauded people...
A person who has put undo pressure on clients...
A person who is unethical.
Yep, what a great fit for the IRS.

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