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Re: [tips_and_tricks] Can IRS lawfully contact 3rd parties by mail with without your consent?

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  • Scott
    No they do not have authority, capacity, or jurisdiction to contact 3rd parties by mail or otherwise. You are right under the Fair Debt Collection Practices
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 27, 2004
      No they do not have authority, capacity, or jurisdiction to contact 3rd
      parties by mail or otherwise.

      You are right under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act 15 USC 1692c(b),
      1692c(c), 1692e(7) & (10), 1692j, and nonfiler under 26 USC 7701(a)(14) as
      person defined as taxpayer subject to any measurable tax derived from a
      taxable sources, and Absent a valid procedurally lawful in full compliance
      with 26CFR 301.6203-1, no tax is owing with out a valid assessment for a tax
      liability. Look up IRC 6304(a)(c), also Radinsky v. United States 622 F.
      Supp. 412 (D.C. Colo. 1985) " The plaintiffs are not taxpayers because no
      tax has been assessed". Or better yet go to www.preferredservices.org or
      www.taxax.com and you can get this information. I am not promoting anyone's
      web site just available data and information.

      In a nut shell if you are not a taxpayer and have not been assessed IRS has
      to have your permission to contact third parties.
      Scott Williams
      Denver, Colorado
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