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.
Type of Notice: Account information or change
Most common tax problem area: Tax identity theft
Other tax problem areas: N/A
Why you received IRS Letter 4310C
- 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.
- The IRS placed an identity theft marker on your account.
- This letter notifies you of the ID theft, but the IRS does not require any action on your part.
Your options to address IRS Letter 4310C
Notice deadline: N/A
If you miss the deadline: N/A
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