There is a fake IRS scam with scammers identifying themselves as agents of IRS of various departments. The voice message states that h/she is from IRS Audit Department in San Francisco. The scammer never left name and telephone number. IRS always notify people by mail, never by phone. It is wondered how many people fall for this scam. IRS is warning people against this fake scam designed to bilk people out of their hard earned money.
by usmanali818 years ago
An atheist professor of philosophy speaks to his class on the problem evolutionist has with God The Almighty.He asks one of his new students to stand and.....Prof: So you believe in God?Student: Absolutely, sir.Prof: Is...
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Only Movies...in alphabetical orderFirst One: Air Force One
by Misha9 years ago
I seem to hit a series of milestones recently This one seems to conclude the series, at least I don't expect any other milestone to come any time soon Right now my counter is showing 100,044 overall views!
by Tony Lawrence7 years ago
By the way, maybe we should have a forum just for this? I'm going to go suggest it after this.Thanks to Edwierdo's hubdefender.com, I found that ht tp://ultimateandextreme.blogspot.com/ had copied my...
by Writer Fox4 years ago
This forum post discussed the scraping site ALLTOPIC.com:http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/115379I have found another site which is scraping most of HubPages, right down to the HubPages-Tutorial-and-Community...
by lady_love1587 years ago
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/20 … port-says/Yes he talks about how the rich should pay more yet he can't even pay what is due! Hypocrites! ! Lol
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