IRS Identity Theft Prevention and Victim Assistance

First posted
Tuesday June 14, 2016 08:45
Updated
Monday June 27, 2016 15:09

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Monday June 27, 2016 15:09

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Adrmiral William H Payne steal my identity too?



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June 08, 2016 LTR 4402C 3
555-44-3281 000000 00
00033931 BODC: WI

WILLIAM H PAYNE
13015 CALLE DE SANDIAS NE
ALBUQUERQUE NM 87111

Dear Taxpayer:

WHY WE'RE SENDING YOU THIS LETTER

Thank you for sending us documents to support your identity theft report. We verified your documents and marked your account with an identity theft indicator.

You have the opportunity to voluntarily opt in to receive an Identity Protection Personal Identification Number CIP PIN) to expand protection of your account from tax-related identity theft.

An IP PIN is a six-digit number assigned to taxpayers to help prevent the misuse of their social security number CSSN) on fraudulent federal income tax returns. Once you get an IP PIN, you must use it to confirm your identity on your tax return and any delinquent returns filed during the calendar year. IP PINs are reset annually in December.

An IP PIN helps us to verify your identity and accept your tax return whether it is submitted electronically or on paper. A missing or incorrect IP PIN prevents the electronic filing of a tax return with your SSN and personal information. Paper returns filed with a missing or incorrect IP PIN will be subject to additional review.

Requesting an IP PIN is strictly voluntary and if you choose not to participate in the program, you can file your return as you would normally. At this time, if you choose to receive an IP PIN, you can't opt out in future years.

You have the option to create an online account immediately at www.irs.gov/getanippin, verify your identity, and retrieve your IP PIN to file your federal tax return.

Important: If you're unable to verify your identity online, you won't be able to get an IP PIN. You should file your return without an IP PIN.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO NOW

Please continue to file your federal tax returns as you normally would. Once you receive an IP PIN, use it to confirm your identity on any federal tax returns you file in the next calendar year. If you
fail to use your assigned IP PIN, your return may be rejected or delayed.

Monitor your financial accounts. Report immediately any suspicious or unusual activity you discover by doing the following:

- Contact any financial institution where you notice or have noticed suspicious or unusual activity on your financial accounts.

- Contact the fraud department of one of the three major credit bureaus at the following telephone numbers:
- Equifax, 800-525-6285 (www.equifax.com)
- Experian, 888-397-3742 (www.experian.com)
- TransUnion, 800-680-7289 Cwww.transunion.com)

- Report any fraudulent activity to your local police or sheriff's department. Make sure the police report lists the accounts with th suspicious activity. Get a copy of the police report, which is called an "identity theft report". Credit card companies and banks may require you to verify identity theft.

- File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in one of the following ways:

- call its Identity Theft Hotline at 1-877-ID-Theft, 1-877-438-433
- visit it online at www.identitytheft.gov
- write to it at: Identity Theft Clearinghouse

Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20580

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The IRS does not initiate contact or request personal information through email. Please forward to us at phishing~irs.gov any unsolicited e-mail communication you've received claiming to be from us.

The enclosed Publication 4535, Identity Theft Prevention and Victim Assistance, has more information.

WHERE TO FIND ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE

The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is an independent organization within the IRS that can help protect your taxpayer rights. We can

offer you help if your tax problem is causing a hardship, or you've tried but haven't been able to resolve your problem with the IRS. If you qualify for our assistance, which is always free, we will do everything possible to help you. Visit taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov or call 1-877-777-4778.

Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) are independent from the IRS. LITCs serve individuals whose income is below a certain level and w~ need to resolve a tax problem with the IRS. LITCs provide professior representation before the IRS or in court on audits, appeals, tax collection disputes, and other issues for free or for a small fee. F more information and to find an LITC near you, see the LITC pages at www.taxpayeradvocate.irs.gov/litcmap or IRS Publication 4134, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic List. This publication is also available by calling the IRS at 1-800-829-3676 or visiting your local IRS office.

HOW TO CONTACT US

You can contact us at 1-800-908-4490, if you need further guidance regarding identity theft.

You also can contact us for assistance related to a specific notice letter you received by calling the telephone number printed on the correspondence. The employees at that number will be familiar with your account issue.



Sincerely yours,

PATRICIA A. GONZALEZ
OPERATION 1 MANAGER

Enclosure:
Publication 4535

Tuesday June 14, 2016 10:40









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Tuesday June 14, 2016 11:33

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Hello Senator Admiral William H Payne,

Monday June 13 I received another phone call intended for you.

mp3 recording attached.

Caller said that your response phone call was important.

Therefore I ask that you acknowledge receipt of this email.

regards,
william harris payne


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