Where to go to report a crime? Like you being falsely identified and impersonated as a “US CITIZEN” or “citizen of the United States” and presented with federal tax bills and liens? Well, here it is, folks! Thank you, Texas!
Claim your indemnity from all this bull crap and make it stick.
Make them go through the process they are supposed to go through — present the bill for your approval, accept your signature to release the credit, take the signed “voucher” to their TTL Officer at their bank and submit it to the U.S. Treasury for permission to deposit equal credit in the Billing Party’s account. After the Treasury returns the green Return Receipt to the TTL Officer submitting the request, they have wait sixteen days from the return date before issuing the credit equal to the debt. The Billing Bank and the U.S. Treasury are supposed to be cancelling out all these bogus charges being sent to Americans.
Report Fraud, Waste, & Abuse
If you are aware of fraud, waste, mismanagement, and abuse in the IRS programs and operations, report it to the TIGTA Hotline!
What kinds of things should you report?
Allegations of violations that impact the integrity of Federal tax administration and IRS programs. This includes allegations of misconduct by IRS employees.
Allegations of improprieties, false claims and fraud by outside contractors attempting to defraud the IRS by utilizing deceptive contract methods.
Allegations of identity theft where any individual(s) impersonated the IRS or an IRS employee or used words, letters, symbols, or IRS emblems to illegally obtain personal, confidential or private financial information.
Examples of specific allegations that should be reported include, but are not limited to: attempts by taxpayers to bribe IRS personnel; extortion or misuse of position by IRS personnel; assaults and/or threats by taxpayers against IRS employees; schemes involving the use of computer technology or mail that impersonate the IRS or IRS personnel; misconduct by tax practitioners (falsification of qualifications, theft of IRS tax remittances and theft of IRS tax refunds).
Your complaint will be kept confidential if it is received on the phone, through the mail, or in person. We cannot guarantee confidentiality if you send your complaint via the online form or e-mail.
Laws protect you from reprisals (any action taken against you because you filed this complaint).
You can submit your complaint by these methods:
By Online Form or Email (TIGTA Hotline Complaints Unit):
Remember: if you submit your complaint via the online form or email, it is possible – though unlikely – that others could read it since the internet is not secure.
Call toll free: 1-800-366-4484
Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
P.O. Box 589
Ben Franklin Station
Washington, DC 20044-0589