Whenever most of us get something in the mail from the Internal Revenue, panic sets in we are afraid to open the envelope however we must remember the three day rule of response what ever is in that letter must be examined. The first thing to notice is who are what is it addressed too. Nine times out of ten it is address to your straw man in all capitol letters which is not you that's great you can now respond on that point making it perfectly clear to the Internal Revenue Service that they have made a mistake in their attempt to collect a debt from the wrong person, which should be your cover letter along with your documents of cancellation of contract ,for those documents go to http://www.newfreehelpgroup.com/
The Internal Revenue Service is a private company just like any other company and it is not a part of the United States Government. However when dealing with them you must always keep good records and be able to retrieve them when needed. When addressing the I.R.S. It is a good idea to respond by affidavit of law signed witnessed and notarized by a Notary that way it can be entered into any court record. But the first thing to keep in mind is to exhaust the administrative process by sending on time notices of default, if the Internal Revenue doe's not respond on time. If they are late in their response to your affidavit a notice of default should be sent right away until the entire process is complete
When compiling your response to the Internal Revenue Service you must place questions to be answered by law and remember before 1938 we had common law inside the United States after 1938 we now have public policy masc raiding as law so make sure you address them with law.
By Tarhaka Amaana El Bey.