About us

Easy Tax Store is registered agency for US tax matters, directly certified with IRS. We are not middle agency. With USA tax law we are unable to charge coningeent fee and from that reason you will always have ONE FIXED PRICE WITHOUT HIDDEN FEES.

Tax ID numbers you can always find us on  IRS web site are:

 Enrolled Agent (EA) number00098142-EA.

 Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN): P01086627

 

 

 

Partnership

Easy Tax Store is partnering with many work and travel agencies, visa sponsors, employers, recruiters, travel agencies, online portals and many more. We are interested in partnering with any company/organization that has customers working in USA. We invite you to join our continuously expanding partners network.

We offer you:

  • Quality and Cooperation
  • Commission for each customer
  • Option to advertise tax refund service in your office and on your website.

If you are interested or want more information on partnering with us, please contact us.

 

Scams

The most common fraud or SCAM faced by participants in Work & Travel program is a so-called PHISHING. Phishing is identity theft over the Internet.

Phishing (as in “fishing for information” and “hooking” victims) is a scam where Internet fraudsters send e-mail messages to trick unsuspecting victims into revealing personal and financial information that can be used to steal the victims’ identity. Current scams include phony e-mails which claim to come from the IRS and which lure the victims into the scam by telling them that they are due a tax refund.

The IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers by email to request personal or financial information. This includes any type of electronic communication, such as text messages and social media channels.  You can look at two original examples of scam emails:

 original SCAM email 1. <> original SCAM email 2.

 The IRS does not …

… request detailed personal information through email.
… send any communication requesting your PIN numbers, passwords or similar access information for credit cards, banks or other financial accounts.

What to do if you receive a suspicious IRS-related communication

If Then
  1. You receive an email claiming to be from the IRS that contains a request for personal information …
  1. Do not reply.
  2. Do not open any attachments. Attachments may contain malicious code that will infect your computer.
  3. Do not click on any links.
    If you clicked on links in a suspicious email or phishing website and entered confidential information, visit our identity protection page.
  4. Forward the email as-is, to us at phishing@irs.gov.
  5. After you forward the email and/or header information to us,delete the original email message you received.

More information about tax SCAMS you can find directly on IRS web site.

IRS video about Phishing.

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