How To File An IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint

Anonymous has prepared a video to explain how to file a complaint.

The computer voice is a bit hard to follow so here’s te text of the video coutesy of Anonymous:

The organization known as Scientology has gone too far.

Section 501(c)(3) of US Code Title 26, which governs tax-exempt organizations, reads: (3) Corporations, and any community chest, fund, or foundation, organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, testing for public safety, literary, or educational purposes, or to foster national or international amateur sports competition (but only if no part of its activities involve the provision of athletic facilities or equipment), or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual, no substantial part of the activities of which is carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting, to influence legislation (except as otherwise provided in subsection (h)), and which does not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distributing of statements), any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office.

(The otherwise provided clause does not apply, as the Co$, being a church, is a disqualified entity as described in subsection (h).)

The Co$ through inciting its members to donate time and means to support hateful and malicious acts, and in-kind campaign contributions to groups that supports political candidates, has now made a substantial part of its activities attempting to influence legislation. Also, a large majority of its wealth is diverted into private bank accounts.

You can help! Send the IRS an official complaint about the CO$ activities, either by email, fax or US Mail.

1. Reach out to members of Scientology, and talk with them about the illegal actions of David Miscaviges Scientology. Ask them what they have witnessed.

2. Prepare one or more other articles of your choice (you can use links, or do your own research) showing the CO$ substantial activities attempting to influence legislation.

3. Prepare this IRS Form 13909.

4. Dont forget to date your referral at the top and include your submitter information. If you are a member of the Church, you may wish to check the box marked I am concerned that I might face retaliation or retribution if my identity is disclosed.

5. Send it to the IRS, either by: * Email: Prepare your documents as PDFs or web links, and send your complaint form with supporting documentation to eoclass@irs.gov. * Fax: fax your documents to (214) 413-5415 * Mail: mail your documents to IRS EO Classification Mail Code 4910DAL 1100 Commerce Street Dallas TX 75242-1198

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RESOURCES:
Official IRS Complaint Process for Tax-Exempt Organizations
http://www.irs.gov/irs/article/0%2c%2…

US Code Title 26, Section 501
http://www2.law.cornell.edu/uscode/us…

List of CO$ Entities
http://www.lermanet.com/frontgroups.html

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8 Comments on “How To File An IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint”


  1. [...] Beard man’s How to file IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint How To File An IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint THE WOG BLOG from XENU TV DO IT FAGGOTS. NYC ANONS REPORT HERE! [...]

  2. 3rdMan Says:

    AAAAWESOME! Let the filing commence! DO EEET!

  3. Erik Says:

    Eh…

    Why has this form pre-entered data:


    3. Prepare this IRS Form 13909,
    http://lds501c3.files.wordpress.com/2… 4. Dont forget to date your referral at the top and include your submitter information. If you are a member of the Church, you may wish to check the box marked I am concerned that I might face retaliation or retribution if my identity is disclosed.

    If you send that in, you will effectively file a complaint against the Mormon Church (Church of Latter Day Saints).

    I thought this was an action against Co$, not against Mormons….

  4. jb Says:

    Because they are a “religion” they don’t have to file tax returns. However, all their allied organizations do need to file them, if they are generating more than $25,000 a year. Also, this information is supposed to be made public. You can go to http://www.guidestar.org and register to find the returns of orgs like CCHR, Narconon, Criminon, Way to Happiness Foundation, Applied Scholastics, etc.

    I wonder if a forensic acct. studied in nonprofit filings could find anything untoward in those orgs? I’m a nonprofit professional, but not an accountant or expert. But, what looks fishy is there seems to be a lot of money coming in from “licensing fees” and the like. Not much money coming from donations, which seems pretty unusual. Also, when looking at the board listings for these orgs, their officers seem to be compensated, meaning they are also employees. This too is relatively unusual and seems par for the course in these instances. Also, for the most part, compensation looks lower than it should be. Additionally, most of these orgs don’t have any other paid staff besides their board members. It seems questionable that organizations that are earning and expending hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars in program money, would be able to do so much without any paid staff. Which lends credence to the “slave labor” claims from Ex-Sea Org members, but also calls into question the work that is actually being done by these organization and what those large sums of money are actually being spent on.

  5. cdor Says:

    I’d second Erik, this isn’t about latter day saints, it’s about scientology…

  6. XENU TV Says:

    Sorry. I just copy and pasted that from the YouTube description. Looks like the form was prepared for the Prop8 backlash.

    I’ve changed the link to a blank IRS form.


  7. [...] conflict of interest is something which deserve a complaint to the IRS (Anonymously if you wish): How To File An IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint THE WOG BLOG from XENU TV I have Roderick "Rick" Pendery as "organizer." I am assuming he owns the share [...]


  8. [...] The breakdown of how to do things is copied from Anon stuff onto WBM’s blog for easy access. How To File An IRS 501(c)(3) Complaint THE WOG BLOG from XENU TV If you are actually going to shut down this silly little cult, it is important that you stop [...]


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