IRS Seizes Colorado Building, Disrupts Businesses

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The Colorado state IRS has taken possession of a building in East Fort Collins, Colorado that houses a warehouse and call center for failing to pay their taxes. The building’s tenants are currently under investigation by state and federal authorities.

State IRS officers seized the 22,000-square-foot building at Prospect Road and Interstate 25 last Thursday, forcing the businesses inside to shut down. The operators of businesses inside the building are CrossCountry Fulfillment, CrossCountry Windows and Siding, and K&K Siding and Windows who owe the IRS at least $200,000 in taxes and are alleged to have lied on their income tax returns. Furthermore, they also owe the state of Colorado at least $50,000. The building seizure has temporarily disrupted inbound calls to a local sexual assault crisis center and disrupted other businesses with inventory stuck inside.

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