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When sending a dispute letter to cra is it a bad idea to include Social Security numbers and date of birth?

 

 

 

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When sending a dispute letter to cra is it a bad idea to include Social Security numbers and date of birth?

 

 

 

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The FCRA grants the CRA the right to verify your identity. When I dispute I always send a copy of my DL, Social security card, and a current proof of roof. This usually should forestall common CRA delay tactics. IMO not a bad idea at all.

 

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When sending a dispute letter to cra is it a bad idea to include Social Security numbers and date of birth?

 

 

 

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The FCRA grants the CRA the right to verify your identity. When I dispute I always send a copy of my DL, Social security card, and a current proof of roof. This usually should forestall common CRA delay tactics. IMO not a bad idea at all.

 

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1000+++++

 

Current proof of roof = copy of current utility /phone bill that has your current physical address (should not be a PO Box.)

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If you've been at your address for a while, you probably don't need to do this. The only time I've ever had dispute issues was right after I moved.

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On 4/21/2018 at 12:01 PM, shifter said:

If you've been at your address for a while, you probably don't need to do this. The only time I've ever had dispute issues was right after I moved.

Ignore this bad advice ^^^^^^

 

preemptively sending your DL and SS card is a good idea.

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