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Wayne Hickman

Agent for Tax Questions

Internal Revenue Service

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Internal Revenue Service

1973 North Rulon White Blvd.

Ogden, Utah,84404

United States

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The IRS automatically provides filing and penalty relief to any taxpayer with an IRS address of record that is located in the designated disaster area. As such, taxpayers need not contact the IRS requesting relief. In some instances, the IRS will also waive la...more

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www.fredericksburg.com

According to Detective Wayne Hickman, the caller tells the victims they have won half a million dollars, but the money is being held in Israel.In order to get the prize, the "winner" must first pay federal taxes and then duty fees.A release fee is also requested, if the scam gets that far, Hickman said.The detective added that a 77-year-old Culpeper man paid the scammers $67,000 in such fees in late July and early August, while a 73-year-old Culpeper woman was hit for $11,000.Hickman said that the caller poses as a representative of a group that dispenses lottery winnings and then transfers the victim to someone posing as an Internal Revenue Service agent for tax questions."If someone tells you to send money from different places so as not to arouse suspicion, that should raise a red flag," Hickman added.If payments stop, the scammers will have a person posing as an FBI agent call to assure the victim that the lottery winnings are legitimate, Hickman said.Anyone who has information concerning this scam--or has been a victim--is asked to contact Detective Hickman at 540/727-3444, ext. 559, or e-mail Sisk at tsisk@culpeper.to.


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Culpeper Police Department Driver Austin Hickman and father, Detective Wayne Hickman.


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Detective Wayne Hickman, investigating the incident, said the problem arises when the check bounces.
Because it's counterfeit, the victim is left liable for the entire check amount. Further adding to the confusion, the bank listed is real but the account isn't. "This makes people far more susceptible to a scam of this type," Hickman said.


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Andrew Terrill and Detectives Wayne Hickman and Susan Bartee, each handled one of the investigations resulting in Jarrells' arrest.


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