IRS doesn’t tell 1M taxpayers that illegals stole their Social Security numbers

The Washington Times – by Stephen Dinan

The IRS has discovered more than 1 million Americans whose Social Security numbers were stolen by illegal immigrants, but officials never bothered to tell the taxpayers themselves, the agency’s inspector general said in a withering new report released Tuesday.

Investigators first alerted the IRS to the problem five years ago, but it’s still not fixed, the inspector general said, and a pilot program meant to test a solution was canceled — and fell woefully short anyway.  

As a result, most taxpayers don’t learn that their identities have been stolen and their Social Security files may be screwed up.

“Taxpayers identified as victims of employment-related identity theft are not notified,” the inspector general said.

The report alarmed lawmakers on Capitol Hill, who were shocked that the IRS had gone for so long without fixing the issue.

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3 thoughts on “IRS doesn’t tell 1M taxpayers that illegals stole their Social Security numbers

  1. I nternational
    R aping
    S ervice

    All I gotta say is those parasites …non producing leaches will have their day.

    If they ever fkng come threatening me and try to do a line dance on my dk.

    I will fkng kill you or die trying.

    Fk you IRS.

    You can now file this 1040 complaint and stick it up your azz.

    Oh…. and by the way….
    Did I mention…
    Fk U…..!

  2. And the law holds YOU responsible for any loans taken out in your name.

    How do we know the IRS didn’t just give the wetbacks a million SS numbers to work with?

    “Here you go, Manuel Rodriguez. Get yourself a nice house by getting a mortgage in this guy’s name. He’ll get stuck with the bill until we chuck him into a debtors’ prison, and you’ll be living large. Get a loan for a nice new car while you’re at it.”

    Sounds like a good way to screw the last of the American nationals who still have any money left, and it wouldn’t surprise me in the least. They’re launching these underhanded attacks on us however they can.

  3. I used to do people locates and one third of all SSN are used by more than one person. I ran my uncle once and a Mexican had been using his number since 1968.

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