MILWAUKEE -- The U.S. Attorney‘s office here filed charges this week against International Outsourcing Services, a coupon-processing firm, and 11 individuals, charging them with wire fraud. The 25-count indictment alleges that the scheme caused more than $250 million in losses to manufacturers nationwide. IOS, along with nine of its executives and employees and two individuals from another coupon firm are accused of submitted fraudulent coupons to manufacturers for payment over a 10-year ...
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