IRS HIRES PRIVATE DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES TO COLLECT UNPAID TAXES | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


IRS HIRES PRIVATE DEBT COLLECTION AGENCIES TO COLLECT UNPAID TAXES

You won’t just be receiving a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) moving forward, but also from debt collectors. The tax collection agency has contracted out the task of pursuing unpaid taxes.

The IRS announced earlier this month that it has hired four debt collection agencies to get their hands on outstanding payments from taxpayers. With the increasing backlog of unpaid taxes, the IRS employed private debt collection firms to contact taxpayers who still haven’t paid previous years’ taxes.

As part of the new debt collection program, a few hundred taxpayers will be receive phone calls and mailings. In the summertime, the number will grow by the thousands.

Ostensibly, the IRS will contact these people several times before they send their information to a private debt firm. Moreover, the IRS will not provide accounts to these agencies in regards to victims of tax-related identity theft, minors and those in combat zones.

“The IRS is taking steps throughout this effort to ensure that the private collection firms work responsibly and respect taxpayer rights,” said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in a statement. “The IRS also urges taxpayers to be on the lookout for scammers who might use this program as a cover to trick people.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

“The IRS is taking steps throughout this effort to ensure that the private collection firms work responsibly and respect taxpayer rights,” MY ASTROLABE!

The brutal, churlish, and unethical way collection agencies go about their business, is not going to change.

And just to let you know, the 16th Amendment to the Constitution, permitting the taxation of US citizens was never properly ratified by a large number of individual states.

Defects in Ratification of the 16th Amendment

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