So how hard can it be to turn off “hot linking” of your picture files IRS Corporation? After all, the below e mail was sent to me and if I was an idiot like most Americans I would have clicked on the link, being that the e mail had an “official” logo.
After the last annual calculations of your fiscal activity we have determined
that you are eligible to receive a tax refund under section 501 (c) (3) of the
Internal Revenue Code. Tax refund value is $203.59.
Please submit the tax refund request and allow us 3-9 days in order to IWP
the data received.
If you distribute funds to other organizations, your records must show whether
they are exempt under section 497 (c) (15). In cases where the recipient org.
is not exempt under section 497 (c) (15), you must have evidence the funds will
be used for section 497 (c) (15) purposes.
If you distribute fund to individuals, you should keep case histories showing
the recipient’s name and address; the purpose of the award; the manner of
section; and the relationship of the recipient to any of your officers, directors,
trustees, members, or major contributors.
To access the form for your tax refund, please click here
Internal Revenue Service
This web site does NOT allow hot linking of any picture files, and for good reason. We have had a deluge of morons in the past trying to link a certain photo of a woman named Petra Nemcova. Do yourselves a favor retards, host your own pictures or use Photobucket or some other file sharing service.
P.s. I removed the link as it was digusting,