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 Michigan Department of Treasury - Treasury warns of debt payment scam

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PostSubject: Michigan Department of Treasury - Treasury warns of debt payment scam   Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:05 pm

Treasury warns of debt payment scam
 
Michigan Department of Treasury    

By Brian Johnston, brian.johnston@oakpress.com, @ThatBrianJ on Twitter
Posted: 08/10/17, 1:24 PM EDT | Updated: 6 days ago




The Michigan Department of Treasury is warning of a scam leading people to believe the federal government will pay their outstanding state debts.


The department reported an increase in cases using routing numbers from U.S. Department of Treasury bureaus — the Financial Management Service or the Bureau of the Public Debt. Those attempting to pay have been using those routing numbers, along with their social security number as the checking account number, while listing the bank as either the FMS or BPD.


Groups are holding seminars across the country, teaching false information that this is a valid method to resolve state government debts.


Payments submitted in this method will be rejected.


Anyone who believes they might have an outstanding debt is asked to call the Treasury Department’s Office of Collections at (517)636-5265.
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PostSubject: Re: Michigan Department of Treasury - Treasury warns of debt payment scam   Thu Aug 17, 2017 10:42 pm

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