I also received the same letter about 4 weeks after I filed my return. I called the number in the letter, expecting to stay on the line for at least 30 min but everything was resolved within 10 min.
She asked me a few questions (ssn, amount to be refunded, name, address, filing status, etc...), just basic questions to ensure you are who you say you are to ensure the return is not filed fraudulently.
The lady said I should expect my return in 2 to 4 weeks and
I don't need to send in any documentations, just sign and fax her the
We implemented a new letter, FTB 3904, Request to Confirm Tax Return Filing. This letter will put the potential victim on early notice. The letter asks the valid taxpayer to notify us whether or not they have filed a tax return. We only send this notice if the tax return looks highly suspicious. We send the letter to the last address we had on file for the taxpayer, not to the address on the suspicious tax return.
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