Irs updating address letter 2797
Here’s how the scam worked: An account holder would receive a letter on bank stationery requesting information for the purpose of reporting earnings to the Internal Revenue Service.
Attached to the letter would be a fake IRS form identified as and thus would look passingly familiar to those accustomed to dealing with IRS forms.
Although the IRS is systematic, sometimes notices can be skipped if you have had problems in the past and for other reasons.
This notice is sent to a taxpayer to show that there was a change made to the tax return and that change resulted in a balance being due to the IRS.
Con artists use the information to steal the taxpayer’s identity and bank account deposits.This letter is sent to a taxpayer when a data processing adjustment has resulted in a balance being due on the account.