PITTSBURGH - Officials with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have announced that more workers have fallen victim to tax fraud.
A total of 322 workers have been affected since the news of the hacking surfaced last week, officials said.
Investigators said thieves used personal information on the workers to fraudulently file tax returns, and then collect money from the IRS.
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