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#1 User is offline   pepperonikkid 

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  Posted 15 January 2019 - 01:37 PM

Here's How Suspected Cop Killer Used His Fake Social Security Numbers A Scam The IRS Actively Ignores



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By Patrick Howley
Jan 15, 2019


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The alleged killer of California police Corporal Ronil Singh used two fake social security numbers in the United States.

Gustavo Perez Arriaga was using two fake Social Security numbers, according to available information provided by a source close to law enforcement: 537-89-0142 and 667-28-2314. Those numbers were in use by other people, which would have made it even easier to catch.

The source now confirms that Arriaga's fake Social Security numbers were flagged because he used them either to obtain employment or to make large-scale purchases such as for housing or an automobile.

Arriaga is a case study in the effects of this Social Security scam, which helps illegal immigrants remain in the United States. It's a scam the IRS actively turns a blind eye to.

Arriaga lived in the United States long enough to rack up multiple arrests for impaired driving. Arriaga was officially wanted for four years, but ICE officers had no contact with him prior to Corporal Singh's shooting. Stanislaus County sheriff Adam Christianson blames the lack of contact with ICE on sanctuary laws, saying at a press conference that law enforcement should be able to do its job without legislative interference.

Illegal immigrants are able to pay taxes using ITIN numbers provided by the federal government. The IRS put out an official notice in June: "More than 2 million ITINs to expire this year; Renew soon to avoid refund delays."

The Treasury Inspector General confirmed that the IRS paid out more than $4 billion in tax refunds to ITIN holders in the year 2010.

How many illegal aliens have been acknowledged by the IRS over the years, even despite warnings from the Social Security Administration that the illegal immigrants are not using actual Social Security numbers? That is a question congressional Republicans and Trump administration agencies might want to seek an answer to.

The IRS practice of excusing illegal aliens was revealed during the IRS scandal, kicked off by documented proof of the IRS improperly targeting tea party groups for politically motivated audits and other penalties.



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Posted 15 January 2019 - 03:53 PM

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The Treasury Inspector General confirmed that the IRS paid out more than $4 billion in tax refunds to ITIN holders in the year 2010.[/size][/font]



Illegals (or anyone) using the SSN of someone else, probably without their knowledge is bad. So is people who are not here legally using the ITINs, individual taxpayer identification numbers the IRS gives to people not eligible for SSN's (citizens and those legally permitted to work in the US), issued to them without determining that they are eligible to work to obtain "refunds". Much of the time the "refund" is larger than the tax they paid because of tax credits built into our system, especially if they claim multiple dependents, counting unverifiable children back in their home country. It's giving taxpayer money (or rather money we've borrowed from China) to people not permitted to work, to support children that might not exist, as a reward for them entering the country illegally and gaming the system.
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Posted 15 January 2019 - 05:32 PM

I was a revenue agent in SB/SE (small business/self-employed). As a part of the audit process, I routinely gave these faulty SSNs to my audit manager, only to be told that the IRSs investigative division would take care of it. They didn't! The bigger point is that most often, these SSNs were stolen from American citizens and then used for more than a few significant transactions (buying homes; opening businesses, etc.) under a false name and the IRS would do NOTHING about it. Once it is all revealed, the biggest enemy of the United States will turn out to be the IRS. What they have gotten away with is criminal.
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