Listen: Taxpayers Receive Vague Voice Mails
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Listen: Taxpayers Receive Vague Voice Mails

The following are sample voice mails left by contract workers, acting on behalf of the IRS. The IRS has received at least 1,500 complaints about private agencies failing to disclose much about themselves, while asking taxpayers for sensitive personal information, such as Social Security numbers. Video by

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