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According to the IRS, the form CP2000 does exist, but it is used when income reported from a third-party source does not match the income reported on the tax return.
Arkansans must stay diligent and never wire money to someone they do not know.The Arkansas Attorney Generals office recently received complaints of Arkansans getting phone calls, often with a Jamaican area code, from someone claiming to be from the AGFC.The person receiving the call is told they are the winner of a $2.5 million giveaway.For more information and tips to avoid scams and other consumer related issues, contact the Arkansas Attorney Generals office at (800) 482-8982 or [email protected] visit Arkansas or facebook.com/AGLeslie Rutledge.It is exciting to purchase that new toy a child in your life wants or give that perfect gift a relative needs, but sometimes it can be difficult to settle on the right gift.If Arkansans receive one of these letters they suspect may be a scam, call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040.
And as a reminder, the IRS will never make unsolicited calls to or requests through email or social media from taxpayers for personal information.
Legitimate organizations will accept standard and traceable forms of payments.
People who accept these offers become targets of other scammers when their information is shared or sold to others.
Although the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission does offer small prizes, such as free hunting or fishing licenses or fishing poles, they do not offer cash prizes.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission encourages Arkansans who receive this call to file a complaint with the Attorney Generals office, and if there are any questions, AGFC can be contacted at 501-223-6300.
In addition to recording your voice to make a false authorization that can be played back to approve additional charges, by talking to unknown callers, scammers will know that the number is active and are more likely to sell the number and lead to more unwanted calls from disreputable solicitors.