When Utah’s state police raid your bank account, what’s behind the claim?
Utah’s police department has opened an investigation into the claim that Utah’s Department of Transportation has issued a $5,000,000 payment to an online bank account for “Utah UI”.
The claim is based on a claim made by a woman who claims she received a payment from the Utah Department of Commerce’s Office of International Trade and Economic Development (OITED).
According to the U.S. Commerce Department, Utah’s Office for International Trade & Economic Development is tasked with administering Utah’s export-related tax, but OITED is not.
The department says it is a separate entity.
“The Utah Office for Economic Development administers the Utah-U.S.-U.K. Business & Tourism Partnership Program, a joint program that helps to expand Utah’s exports and trade with the U., as well as promoting Utah’s unique trade relationship with the United Kingdom,” the Utah department said in a statement.
“We have been in regular contact with the Office for Trade & Investment since the beginning of its existence, and the OITOD Office is fully aware of this situation.”
The statement added that the Office of the Trade & Industry’s policy is to not confirm or deny the existence of programs.
The claim has been around since early September, when the Utah Attorney General’s Office sent out an email asking for information about the claim.
Since then, a representative of the Utah Office of Economic Development has called a press conference and released a statement confirming the claim was made.
“I’ve heard from many people who have had money transferred to the account.
I think it’s a scam,” said one person, who did not want to be identified.
The woman, who said she was a former employee of the state’s Office, told the Associated Press she had received a check from the state for $5.2 million, which was to be paid to the Utah office’s bank account.
She also claimed she received $100,000 from the Office in December.
The office said in the statement that “the Office of Trade & International Development does not provide tax refunds or other financial support to individuals or businesses.
We do not have an account of any sort.”
However, the Utah legislature has said it will not approve a bill that would allow the state to refund money to the woman if she files a lawsuit.
“Any such lawsuit should be filed in the court of public opinion,” said a statement from the legislative majority, which has no power over the governor.
“Our job is to make sure the people of Utah get a fair and accurate tax system.”
The claim was first reported by the Salt Lake Tribune on Friday, and Utah’s attorney general’s office has also contacted the state agency investigating the claim, Utah Department OF Transportation, to clarify its role.