A New Jersey girl has been locked in a life-and-death wrestle with the IRS for the previous seven years — to show that she’s nonetheless alive.
Samantha Dreissig, 25, mentioned she’s been haunted by her personal ghost since 2014 when her mom handed away and the federal tax company in some way started itemizing her as “deceased.”
“They are saying, ‘Nope, sorry, this account is linked to a deceased individual,” Dreissig instructed CBS2 Information.
“The final precise individual I had spoken to from the IRS, and I quote, ‘Wow. You’re useless throughout our system,’” she instructed the outlet.
CBS reporter Jessica Layton even examined the waters by calling the IRS herself.
“She’s positively not useless,” Layton instructed an IRS agent. “I simply spoke together with her.”
The bureaucratic nightmare isn’t only a headache for Dreissig — her father was unable to record her as a dependant on his tax returns as a result of she’s apparently useless.
It wasn’t till this yr that she noticed a sliver of hope for rebirth, nevertheless slim.
“These conditions could take a while to resolve,” the company mentioned in a latest letter.
“I actually need the IRS to know that I’m alive, kicking,” Dreissig mentioned.