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For those customers that have a TransFund Card (Burlingame Customers-Purple & White Card) the toll free number for lost or stolen cards is: 1-800-791-2525. 


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Fraud targeting taxpayers continues to run rampant nationwide. Watch out for these two tax crimes making headlines: tax identity theft and the IRS imposter scam.

Tax Theft
What is it?
Your personal information is stolen for a fraudulent refund. More specifically, tax identity theft can involve:
  • filing a tax return using another person's Social Security number
  • claiming someone else's children as dependents, or
  • claiming a tax refund using a deceased taxpayer's information

Your personal information can be stolen in a number of ways, including theft of mail or tax returns, corrupt tax preparation services, or phony e-mails from imposters. Con artists can quickly learn a lot about you in order to take your money while also defrauding the government.

What to do?
To avoid tax identity theft:
  • Do mail tax returns as early in the season as possible before the cons beat you to it.
  • Don't give out personal information unless you know who's asking for it and why they need it.
  • Do shred personal and financial documents
  • Do know your tax preparer
  • Do check the status of your refun after filing at
What is it?
An intimidating and sophisticated phone scam, callers claim to be IRS employees, and say you owe taxes. They might also: 
  • threaten to arrest or deport you if you don't pay
  • know all or part of you Social Security number
  • rig caller ID to make it look like the call is from the IRS, or
  • tell you to put the money on a prepaid debit card and them them the card number

?What to do?

Know that the IRS does NOT
  • call to demand immediate payment about taxes owed without first sending you a notification by mail, 
  • ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone
  • threaten to bring in local police or other law enforcement to arrest you for nonpayment
?If you have any doubts, call the IRS directly @ 800-829-1040
Or, if you've spotted a scam or think you may have been scammed, call the IRS helpline at 877-908-3360 for advice.


Community Calendar

April  8th - Osage City Presbyterian Church Thrift Sale - 9am-5pm. 9am-11am on the 8th sale.

April 8th & 9th - Smoke in the Spring - Osage City

April 8th - USD 420 - Kindergarden Round Up!

April 9th - Crusin & Cookin Car Show -  Downtown Osage City - 8 am - 2:30pm

April 13th - USD 420 - No School 

April 15th & 16th - Osage City- City wide garage sales

May 13th - USD 420 - Field Day!!!







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