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Fake Form W-8BEN Used in IRS Tax Scams

Remember:
You can only submit Form W-8BEN directly to your
withholding agent.

The Form W-8BEN (Certificate of Foreign Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding) is a legitimate U.S. tax exemption document.

However, fraudsters typically target non-residents of the U.S. and use the W-8BEN format to acquire personal details such as,

  • mother's maiden name,
  • passport number,
  • date of birth,
  • PIN numbers and passcodes.

The legitimate IRS Form W-8BEN, does not ask for any of that information.
The fraudulent forms use various angles that may claim, for example:

  • Anti-money laundering regulations require a review of your client information and ask you to complete the form.
  • You are exempt from tax reporting and withholdings on income including interest paid to you. To protect your exemption from tax please complete the attached form.

What do I do if I receive such a scam form via email, fax, mail, or other format?

  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.

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The 2010 Amended Tax Return

2010 amended tax return Index A Archer MSAs, Archer MSAs, Employment taxes. 2010 amended tax return Assistance (see Tax help) C Contributions to FSA, Contributions to an FSA HRA, Contributions to an HRA HSA, Contributions to an HSA MSA, Contributions to an MSA D Death of HSA holder, Death of HSA Holder MSA holder, Death of the Archer MSA Holder Distributions from FSA, Distributions From an FSA HRA, Distributions From an HRA HSA, Distributions From an HSA MSA, Distributions From an MSA E Employer participation FSA, Employer Participation HRA, Employer Participation HSA, Employer Participation MSA, Employer Participation F Flexible Spending Arrangements Grace Period, Health FSA – grace period. 2010 amended tax return Flexible spending arrangements, Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSAs), Employer Participation Balance in, Balance in an FSA Contributions to, Contributions to an FSA Distributions from, Distributions From an FSA Qualifying for, Qualifying for an FSA When to contribute, When To Contribute Form 5329, Excess contributions. 2010 amended tax return , Excess contributions. 2010 amended tax return 5498–SA, Form 8889. 2010 amended tax return , Reporting Contributions on Your Return 8853, Additional tax. 2010 amended tax return , Filing Form 8853 8889, Form 8889. 2010 amended tax return , Additional tax. 2010 amended tax return , Filing Form 8889 Free tax services, Free help with your tax return. 2010 amended tax return H Health plans, high deductible, High deductible health plan (HDHP). 2010 amended tax return , High deductible health plan (HDHP). 2010 amended tax return Health reimbursement arrangements, Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), Employer Participation Balance in, Balance in an HRA Contributions to, Contributions to an HRA Distributions from, Distributions From an HRA Qualifying for, Qualifying for an HRA Health savings accounts, Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), Employment taxes. 2010 amended tax return Balance in, Balance in an HSA Contributions to, Contributions to an HSA Deemed distributions, Deemed distributions from HSAs. 2010 amended tax return Distributions from, Distributions From an HSA Last-month rule, Last-month rule. 2010 amended tax return Partnerships, Reporting Contributions on Your Return Qualifying for, Qualifying for an HSA Rollovers, Rollovers S corporations, Reporting Contributions on Your Return When to contribute, When To Contribute Help (see Tax help) High deductible health plan, High deductible health plan (HDHP). 2010 amended tax return , High deductible health plan (HDHP). 2010 amended tax return M Medical expenses, qualified, Qualified medical expenses. 2010 amended tax return , Qualified medical expenses. 2010 amended tax return , Qualified medical expenses. 2010 amended tax return , Qualified medical expenses. 2010 amended tax return Medical savings accounts, Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs), Medicare Advantage MSAs Balance in, Balance in an Archer MSA Contributions to, Contributions to an MSA Deemed distributions, Deemed distributions from Archer MSAs. 2010 amended tax return Distributions from, Distributions From an MSA Medicare Advantage MSAs, Medicare Advantage MSAs Qualifying for, Qualifying for an Archer MSA When to contribute, When To Contribute Medicare Advantage MSAs, Medicare Advantage MSAs P Preventive care, High deductible health plan (HDHP). 2010 amended tax return Publications (see Tax help) Q Qualified HSA funding distribution, Qualified HSA funding distribution. 2010 amended tax return T Tax help, How To Get Tax Help Testing period Last-month rule, Testing period. 2010 amended tax return Qualified HSA funding distribution, Funding distribution – testing period. 2010 amended tax return TTY/TDD information, How To Get Tax Help Prev  Up     Home   More Online Publications