ConServeimpersonating the irs as a collection agency

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Was sent several bills from the IRS stating that they had referred my outstanding taxes to Conserve Collection Agency, P.o. Box 307, Fairport, Ny, [protected]. For one thing the IRS garnishes your wages they do not hire collection agencies. Fraud. Impersonating the IRS. Womans' name Yolanda Aschionie. They sent several letters on what appears to be IRS letterhead.
Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Kansas City, MO, [protected]. All letters are dated October 30, 2017. Notice number CP40. Telephone number for IRS contact [protected].

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    Shinbits Sep 25, 2019
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    This poster is incorrect. The IRS does hire collection agencies, one of which is ConServe. You can verify this on the IRS website:

    https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/private-debt-collection

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