Personal info exposed after State of Ohio sends wrong tax forms to 9,000 people

Sarah Wynn reports:

The Ohio Department of Commerce says thousands of letters were sent by the state to those who qualify for unclaimed funds, but the letters were sent to the wrong people. The letters include personal information, including names and social security numbers, according to the state.

“Due to a processing error, approximately 9,000 consumers were mailed forms that were inaccurate,” the Ohio Department of Commerce’s Division of Unclaimed funds announced in a release on Friday.

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