Is the 800-829-0922 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) Letter a Scam?

Is the 800-829-0922 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) Letter a Scam?

I got the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service mail below asking me to call 1-800-829-0922. I do not know if this is a scam or not. Can anyone help me determine if the mail is legit or a scam? I know there are a lot of scammers these days, so I always make sure I verify the authenticity of a letter, email, or text message before doing anything.

The 18008290922 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) Letter

The 800-829-0922 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) Letter

Contact number: 18008290922

We previously sent you a notice stating we changed the amount claimed as a Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) On your 2020 tax return due to one or more types of errors: your adjusted gross income exceeds $75,000 ($150,000 if married filing jointly, $112,500 if head of household), the amount of the RRC was computed incorrectly, our records show you already received an advance, payment Of RRC, the Social Spity numbeLfor ne or more of your qualifying dependents was missing or incomplete, the last name of one or more of your qualifying dependents does not match our records, or one or more of your qualifying dependents exceeds the age limit.

This letter provides more information about your right to appeal and we apologize for not providing it in the previous notice. If you agree with the changes we made, you don't need to take further action. If you don't agree, call 800-829-0922 (press 1 for English or 2 for Spanish, then press I for notice received, then press 3 to speak with a representative) to review your account with a representative. You can also contact us by mail at the address at the top of this letter. Be sure to include your taxpayer identification number, the tax year (2020), and the form number you are writing about.

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  • January 31, 2022 at 11:40 AM by an anonymous user from: Medford, Oregon, United States

    I couldn’t find that number on the web site

  • October 19, 2021 at 11:30 AM by an anonymous user from: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

    SCAM. I received the exact same letter. How likely, people all get the same letter with the same facts and figures. For me ignoring it. Scammers come in all sizes and shapes. But to answer is your choice. If you call, don't give them any info. If they ask, think about it, the IRS has name, address, SS#. That should tell you all you need to know. Good luck in your decision.

  • September 22, 2021 at 8:36 AM by info

    1-800-829-0922 is listed on the IRS's website, therefore, it is a legit telephone number.

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Is the 800-829-0922 Recovery Rebate Credit (RRC) Letter a Scam?