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Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

 

A Buffalo, New York, man who owned and operated a debt collection business was sentenced to 37 months in prison today for tax evasion, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy Jr. for the Western District of New York.

According to documents and information provided to the court, from April 2010 through October 2013, Dorian Wills operated a debt collection business under a variety of different names.  The business engaged in illegal collection practices, including making threatening and harassing phone calls and collecting on debt that did not exist or debt to which the collection companies did not have title.  To conceal his involvement in the business, Wills directed two individuals to incorporate companies in their names in Georgia and Ohio and to open bank accounts in the names of those companies.  Wills then used these corporate entities to operate his debt collection business. Read more

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Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

Buffalo Man Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion