IRS Letter 4310C – Someone May Have Attempted to Impersonate You by Using Your Name and Social Security Number

The IRS sends Letter 4310C to notify you of identity theft after reviewing a tax return filed with your Social Security Number.

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Type of Notice: Account information or change

Most common tax problem area: Tax identity theft

Why you received IRS Letter 4310C

  1. The IRS discovered a refund scheme and identified you as a victim of identity theft. Some one used your name and SSN to file a tax return and obtain a refund.
  2. The IRS placed an identity theft marker on your account.
  3. This letter notifies you of the ID theft, but the IRS does not require any action on your part.

 

Notice deadline: N/A

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