Identity Verification

This time I have to verify my identity with the IRS. Interestingly enough, I have to use a 1040 form which I suppose I sent them before. Really? What will that give me?

The link was to a really long URL which started with which is the true domain name of the IRS:

Only it continued with many more sub-domain names and the real domain in that link was which is owned by someone in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Obviously, not the US Internet Revenue Services.

The hacked site was down when I checked it out.

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Kindly verify your information from a 1040 tax form that you filed within the last six years.

Follow the reference below to verify your identity.

This information is use for identity verification purposes only.


Internal Revenue Service