idverify.irs.gov, which result?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Nehmo Sergheyev, May 31, 2013.

  1. This is either a tax question or an HTML question. After an unusually
    long one-month wait for a refund, I get a letter from the IRS asking I
    go to a site of theirs: idverify.irs.gov
    The site asked a few multiple-choice questions to verify my identity,
    and I believe I answered all correctly. (One, “which cities of this
    list have you lived in” had “None of the above” as an optional answer,
    and “Phoenix” as another optional answer. I had only lived in Phoenix
    briefly and did not file taxes from there, but I did reside there, so
    I answered correctly. But I’m not sure that is consistent with IRS’s
    information. ) Anyway, the site appeared to verify me and served a
    page stating “You have successfully completed the Identity
    verification process. The IRS will Process your return.”
    Fine. However, I pressed the browser’s back button and got a page
    stating the opposite conclusion: We were unable to verify you online.”
    Now, I believe the original screen is the meaningful one, but I’m a
    bit concerned. Opinions please?
    Nehmo Sergheyev, May 31, 2013
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  2. In article <>,
    Nehmo Sergheyev <> wrote:
    >This is either a tax question or an HTML question. After an unusually
    >long one-month wait for a refund, I get a letter from the IRS asking I
    >go to a site of theirs: idverify.irs.gov
    >The site asked a few multiple-choice questions to verify my identity,
    >and I believe I answered all correctly. (One, “which cities of this
    >list have you lived in” had “None of the above” as an optional answer,
    >and “Phoenix” as another optional answer. I had only lived in Phoenix
    >briefly and did not file taxes from there, but I did reside there, so
    >I answered correctly. But I’m not sure that is consistent with IRS’s
    >information. ) Anyway, the site appeared to verify me and served a
    >page stating “You have successfully completed the Identity
    >verification process. The IRS will Process your return.”
    >Fine. However, I pressed the browser’s back button and got a page
    >stating the opposite conclusion: We were unable to verify you online.”
    >Now, I believe the original screen is the meaningful one, but I’m a
    >bit concerned. Opinions please?


    I believe by hitting Back you erased whatever you had done earlier.
    Start afresh and see what happens this time.
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    Arthur Kamlet, May 31, 2013
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