209-813-2079 – IRS Scam – Please Stop Calling




209-813-2079 – IRS Scam – Please Stop Calling

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an Indian guy said it was a call from the irs and there was an arrest warrant on my name, straight scam!
Posted: November 7, 2016, 12:46 pm

734-272-4803 – IRS Scam – Please Stop Calling




734-272-4803 – IRS Scam – Please Stop Calling

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Please report this number as scam “IRS filing a lawsuit against you” from 734-272-4803
Posted: November 7, 2016, 3:33 pm

202-800-9098 – IRS SCAM – Please Stop Calling




202-800-9098 – IRS SCAM – Please Stop Calling

CALL FROM: 202-800-9098

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– I’m an Enrolled Agent with the IRS (Inactive). IRS does not initiate contacts by phone.  US mail only.   IRS does not file lawsuits.  IRS has enough administrative authority under the IRS Code and related regulations to collect all taxes lawfully due the federal government.     Court action, if any is handled by the DOJ and all parties are entitled to legal assistance if it is a criminal matter.  But–tax disputes are for the most part civil matters.  90% of all IRS tax disputes are settled administratively.  IRS has absolutely no authority to call on local law enforcement for anything. Local law is never involved in IRS tax disputes. IRS does not threaten to involve local law enforcement or to arrest you for nonpayment of federal taxes.  IRS has no powers of arrest as related to ordinary tax disputes.  Having a deficiency in taxes owed by way of audit is NOT a crime.  IRS does not cold call anyone and demand immediate payment of  money.  IRS does not ask for financial information over the phone.   IRS does not accept Green card money paks for payment in any case.  No one is prosecuted for ordinary tax disputes. IRS has absolutely no authority over anyone’s professional license. Professional licensing is handled by state governments.  Yes, levies on property to satisfy an existing tax obligation do occur, but only after a very long period of negotiation. And yes, liens are placed on individuals but  usually after a lot of negotiation and a failure to reach a settlement.    All determinations of tax liability are subject to appeals.  All  contacts by the IRS are initiated by US mail.
– What a fraud! I reported them to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. They threatened to arrest me tonight because I owed some $3,700 to their version of the IRS from 2009-2014 when I was in college these years. Ha! This is obviously some kind of joke. I told them that I would take them to court. These people won’t know what hit them. The REAL IRS would FIRST send out a letter stating I owe money. I got a guy named Peter. Then I got a reference number which is kinda B.S. as well. They probably scam the elderly and young adults. These people need to go to jail. They say it’s a D.C. number, but they can be calling from anywhere really. That’s the whole fraudster mindset. Thank goodness I recorded them. That way, I can use it against them if I ever need to. I will report this to the police for sure. Once again, I did file a report with the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration and I’D ADVISE EVERYONE ELSE TO DO THE SAME!!!!!!!!
– Received a message on my home phone from a certain “Officer Wiseman” who either sounds like English is not his native language or he’s got a severe head cold. He stated that the “IRS” had a pending lawsuit against me because of outstanding monies owed for back taxes. He said I could potentially go to jail if I or my attorney didn’t call him back referencing a given case number.  Since I work for local government in my area, I decided to them back from my office number (which is untraceable back to me), but apparently the number Officer Wiseman gave me seems to not be properly staffed as no live human answered and automatically hung up after nine rings.  Oh well, I guess the “IRS” doesn’t want their money.
– Folks, really?  You don’t know that this is a SCAM?  C’mon.  It’s been on the news, all over the internet, even on PBS radio.  For goodness sake, wake up!  There is NO DANIEL WISEMAN.  It’s all a fake.  Read from the real IRS and Forbes Magazine.

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202-322-5388 – IRS SCAM – Please Stop Calling




202-322-5388 – IRS SCAM – Please Stop Calling

CALL FROM: 202-322-5388

CALLER: Unknown

– Automated call claiming that the IRS is filing a lawsuit.  Regarded as spam.
– I received this final call form “IRS  filing a final law suit.  form telephone 202-322-5388
– Blocked my computer with message ” your computer access has been disabled to prevent further damage to your network. You must call immediately so engineers can walk you through the removal process.