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CPA's That Dont Ask For SSN

Discussion in 'CPA' started by PENNSTATE, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. PENNSTATE

    PENNSTATE Junior Member

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    I recently got accepted to dollarade, who ask for a tax form and ssn. Are there any CPA's that dont ask you to confirm your identity?
     
  2. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    No because that would be against the law if they didn't.
     
  3. sinamon

    sinamon Newbie

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    I'm never asked this because I'm non US and live outside the US.
    But now that I'm thinking about it, You could do the same. The have
    no idea if what you say is true.
    Even though your are and US citizen, Say your from another country
    and put NA in the social security part. Its a little harder getting accepted
    as a non us affiliate but sometimes its more easy.
     
  4. thisisacoolname

    thisisacoolname Junior Member

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    lol. i just put fake numbers :)
     
  5. caesarpullo

    caesarpullo Junior Member

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    I was wondering about this. Do you guys fill in real or fake info for the applications? Especially since we're all black hatters, I don't want my info tied to them.
     
  6. amcfad2

    amcfad2 Regular Member

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    lol you're not gonna get paid
     
  7. Sacrilege

    Sacrilege Regular Member

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    He'll probably get paid. The w-9 info doesn't get reported until the network does their taxes. Of course when the IRS sees a bullshit SSN it's FBI time.

    But he'll probably get paid.

    And to answer the OP, networks outside of the USA won't ask for tax info. Maxbounty is one. Any US company will need this because they write off the money they pay you for their tax purposes.
     
  8. caesarpullo

    caesarpullo Junior Member

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    Does this mean the guy is screwed when it comes to the FBI, or the company is?
     
  9. Sacrilege

    Sacrilege Regular Member

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    The guy is screwed, of course. The company can't verify his SSN, they just take it for tax purposes. Then they write it off as an expense saying they paid $2000 or whatever to SSN# 987-65-4321 and when the IRS sees it they call the network, notify them, the account gets banned. I imagine they would give up his payment details/IP etc and in no time you have the men in black at your door.
     
  10. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    The IRS can easily locate your real SSN by the name and address you provide to the network. They are not dumb. You wil not only get screwed for a fake social security but you will be hit with big fees for not paying taxes and will be audited.
     
  11. kokokos

    kokokos Newbie

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    Look for networks outside north America, there is plenty of them in EU or Oceania, check zanox, cpxbee, cactusmedia, etc.. those don't really care about ssn, although it is your responsibility to report and pay taxes. Bare in mind that all networks will try to identify you before they pay to prevent fraud, not because law oblige them.
     
  12. Dillmando

    Dillmando Registered Member

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    I'm considering signing up saying I am from a different country, but like PENNSTATE I just don't want them to have that information, I'm not trying to evade taxes... has anyone done this, and what were the results?
     
  13. bnsly

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    maxbounty like mentioned before and uh lazyprofits but that was when i signed up.i think you just gotta forget to put in your ssn a couple of times submit and then a check box pops up asking if you want to put it in later.
     
  14. thetvnun

    thetvnun Power Member

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    dollarade will not issue data to the irs unless it is in excess of $600.00 - additionally non-us citizens abroad are not required to pay taxes on income generated from online marketing (varies from country to country). the fbi does not get involved with trifling shit like this. the irs has their own "in-house investigation" resources. you will continue to get paid until you ignore a "notice of intent to levy" and if you ignore this notice then dollarade will recieve a letter from the irs ordering him to take up to 50% of your check every pay period.

    if you are using a bogus ssn that turns out not to be bogus because it is valid and used by someone else, then you will (eventually) be charged with identity theft of a scale slightly less than someone who imitated a person for sinister purposes such as making online purchases.

    if you say that you are not a u.s. citizen (verified intl paypal - south america) then you can use any address in the world with the name of that paypal - dollarade requires no legal documentation. however paypal sucks and the account could get limited.
     
  15. Kyle787

    Kyle787 Junior Member

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    I wouldn't think too much about it. They just don't want to be approving random people then having a bunch of inactive account of noobs who don't want to put in the TAX ids.