IRS Agrees to Give Identity-Theft Victims Copies of Fake ReturnsKeri Geiger and Margaret Collins
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service agreed to give identity-theft victims copies of bogus tax returns filed in their name, following a sharp rise in fraudulent refund requests.
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