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Now if I read the article correctly, the law enforcement and IRS wants "victims" of ID theft to allow law enforcement to have access to their "fraudulent filed" tax does a victim file a fraudulent return??? need to do better than that, and they don't need copy of our very personal info...who knows what will become of it in their hands...NO to having copies....go after the first filer...he's the thief not the second filer.
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