Craigslist user scammed in Jacksonville for tax return
Robbers are using different ways to rob the craigslist users. A man lived in Jacksonville was scammed in tax return. He found the tax preparer through craigslist. He thought that was legal and dependent upon him. The problem arises when $1,000 did not returned then he called IRS. The officers investigated Smith’s case and arrested George Graycochea. He is thirty five years of age and charged for fraud and scam. When the officers visit his home and asked about the fraud he did not mention smith name. Later on they found Smith’s tax returns documents. They found the credit card of Smith from rubbish can. Graycochea get the credit card of Smith from turbo tax and used for withdrawing money. He used the card and get huge amount of money illegally. The officers warned the craigslist users to remain aware about such scams in future. Tax payers must confirm the identification number or PTIN before paying. It will help them to avoid fraud in such cases. The officer gave the guarantee of his work and if payers have any problem they could visit the office without any hesitation. The officers sit down and put their maximum efforts to solve that problem.