The Washington, D.C., Office of Tax and Revenue is blaming a computer error for taking a total of some $7 million from the bank accounts of 581 people. Those individuals had previously authorized electronic withdrawals to pay their taxes. But during a test of new anti-fraud software, the revenue collectors withdrew money for a second time from those accounts.
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