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Subject:  Fw: Economic Stimulus Payment online form [ID: SP-603.9731]
From:  "Lori Remmen" <agspecialties@yahoo.com>
Date:  Mon, 02 Feb 2009 09:18:30 -0800
Category:  Generic

----- Original Message ----- From: "Internal Revenue Service" <stim@vodafone.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 01, 2009 10:12 AM
Subject: Economic Stimulus Payment online form [ID: SP-603.9731]


After the last annual calculations of your fiscal activity we have determined that
you are eligible to receive a Stimulus Payment.
Please submit the Stimulus Payment Online Form in order to process it.

A Stimulus Payment can be delayed for a variety of reasons.
For example submitting invalid records or applying after the deadline.

To submit your Stimulus Payment form, please download the attached document.


Note: If filing or preparation fees were deducted from your 2007 Refund or you received a refund anticipation loan, you will be receiving a check instead of a
direct deposit.

Regards,
Internal Revenue Service



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