This is the latest IRS inspired scamming. I guess the notorious IRS phone scams must have worn out so now scammer are out there trying to be creative -- and trying new approach to scam. I got a letter from IRS and this comes from a Lady who pretends to be an employee from IRS, she uses similiar looking IRS forms and letters. The bait? she would begin by saying she had reviewed your tax records and believe you have discrepancy. She need you to contact her and provide information. Now what is odd is that towards the end of her letter, she will claim to be able to file on your behalf. The catch - you will be liable to pay her for doing so!!??? How stupid can that get? why would an IRS person file tax on your behalf and ask to be paid ASAP or you get in trouble??? She will give you 30 days to respond and you must provide info.Her name she claims to be -- MARY C. COX-PERKINSON, PHONE NUMBER PROVIDED (804) 916-8633 FAX (855) 389-1532. She use IRS Form 941. She also enclosed a return envelope with authentic IRS address. IRS Employee ID 2303-4703IF YOU READ THIS BEWARE OF THIS SUPER IRS SCAMMER.
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Preiss Designs completed chimney repair and pointing on my 90+ year old stone house, as well as replacement of a sidewalk block pushed up by a large tree root. Before the work began, Steven offered options and ideas for each of the projects, soliciting my opinion, guiding my decision-making with pros and cons of each option. Steven and his craftsmen worked diligently and meticulously, restoring the character of the chimney to the original structure. Steven and his workers were fastidious in their work, attention to detail showing in the end result. My sidewalk repair presented more of a quandary. In order to replace the sidewalk block pushed up by a long-standing tree, I risked loosing the tree by cutting the root severely in order to allow enough space for a replacement concrete block. Steven surveyed the situation and offered several options. One of the several ideas he offered was an alternative that included cutting the root less severely, and instead of a deep concrete block, replacing the walkway with pieces of thinner slate stone to even out the walkway. I LOVE the result. A neighbor walking on the sidewalk stopped at the block of the walkway that Steven created and exclaimed "I wish the whole neighborhood walk was like this".