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  • Jillian, 26 from North Canton, OH
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    26, North Canton, OH
    Im jillian and i am single and prepared to mingle with my follow children of god. hmu or slide in for my kik (; i cant wait to see your cruible. I enjoy long walks in darkness and silent bible readings to blind cows
  • Lexi, 56 from Youngstown, OH
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    56, Youngstown, OH
  • To, 27 from Columbus, OH
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    27, Columbus, OH
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- The IRS strikes back: The tax agency reports that the number of identity theft victims plummeted last year after agents struggled for years to combat what has become a multibillion-dollar industry. The number of victims dropped by 46 percent, to 376,000, the IRS said. These taxpayers had their identities stolen by criminals who used their Social Security numbers and birthdates to obtain fraudulent tax refunds. The IRS stopped nearly 1 million fraudulent refunds from being issued last year. They totaled almost $6.6 billion, the agency said. "It's a much more challenging time for the cybercrooks," said Mark Ciaramitaro, vice president for retail tax products and services at H&R Block. "All of the easy paths have been closed." Identity theft exploded from 2010 to 2012, and "for a time overwhelmed law enforcement and the IRS," said John Dalrymple, deputy IRS commissioner for services and enforcement. At the IRS, it peaked in 2014, when the agency identified more than 766,000 victims. That same year, the IRS blocked 1.8 million in fraudulent refunds from being issued. They totaled $10.8 billion. "We've driven a lot of the fraud out of the system," Dalrymple said. The IRS is a popular target for sophisticated identity thieves because the agency issues more than $300 billion in tax refunds each year.
  • Robin, 55 from Canton, OH
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    55, Canton, OH
    Im passionate about the church and family. I love to read and socialize with friends. Im very involved with my neighborhood association and youth programs.