Reporting Fraud To The I.R.S

If you want to report fraud to the IRS. This is what you need to know before you call. Before you call the IRS, its important to understand the process and what information you will need in order to report fraud to the IRS. Fraud is a violation of the law. Creating fraud with taxes for example, is a federal offense and can send the person creating the fraud to jail. The IRS takes fraud as a serious crime. Each year Americans are victims of fraudulent scams. There are also circumstance when citizen are breaking the law by submitting fraudulent claims or improper tax reporting. It is common for regular citizens to cheat the IRS in their taxes. Every body does it.

Who Is Committing Fraud?

Not everyone does commits fraud against the IRS. The majority of the population are law abiding citizens, except for a few who commit the crime. However, BILLIONS of dollars are lost in defrauding taxes each year. As a citizen, you have the right to stop this fraud from happening. If you have information that can help the IRS government in stopping people from committing fraud, you should.

Got A Call From The IRS?

Did you get a call from the IRS or an agency demanding payment or else the IRS will take you to court and take you to jail? If so, beware, this is a SCAM! YES, its a scam. The IRS has been fighting these types of fraudulent callers which are harassing American citizens with threats. If you got one of these calls, don't worry, you are not in danger. Next time one of these people call you, just hang up the phone. Don't pay anything.

If you got a telephone call from a person or a machine claiming to be from the I.R.S asking for money, This is what you need to do: Hang up Immediately. If they keep harassing you. Call the police.
Their IRS to report the call. You can Use their “IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting” page. The number to call to report these people is: 800-366-4484.

you can alos report them to the Federal Trade Commission

The IRS will never..

Call you to demand payment, nor will the IRS call about taxes you owed without first having mailed you a bill first.

Demand payment of taxes without giving its Citizens the chance to appeal the money they say you owe them.

Ask you to use a type of payment method for your taxes, like a prepaid debit card for example. Never give anyone your personal information on the phone, Specially your Social Security Number. These are Identity Thieves looking for your Identity to sell it off to other parties.

Ask you for your credit or debit card numbers on the phone. Never give you credit card over the phone to some one who called you. If you called a retailer for example, of course, because you initiated the call.

Threaten to bring you to the local police to get you arrested for not paying money to them.

IRS 800 Number

If you simply want to call the IRS for other fraudulent claims, you can report these types of frauds at 800-829-1040. Before you call, be sure to have your social security number. If you wish to report someone for example who is claiming a dependent without permission. You can call this number: 1-800-829-1040

If you wish to report a different type of tax fraud, please leave them in the comments section below.

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