Level 15

@Blanca 

You are missing the point that a return HAS been filed, using your client's SSN.

It is either a mistake, by whoever did file the return, by the IRS if they keyed in the number wrong (yes, there are still folks who file by paper).

OR - it's identity theft. (And you should notify your client of that possibility)

The reject notice isn't saying YOU did something wrong.

 

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