Woman sentenced for identity theft | News
While Bridgette Williams worked at BioMat USA on First Street in downtown Macon, a place where people donate blood plasma for money, she took people's identification from more than 130 clients and gave it to co-conspirators, according to a news release.
Those co-conspirators would then create fake tax forms and file fake tax returns. Williams' received tax refund checks by mail at her house.
She received a total of $191,985.00 in fraudulent tax returns from BioMat. The IRS issued $23,879,86.