The post card that my client received stated “Amount that could be do immediately: $8,241.00*.” If you received a similar postcard that looks like it came from the IRS with the alarming words “Intent to seize your property or rights to property” you probably are a bit alarmed.  Well, don’t be. Despite auditprotection.com’s attempts, it is not from the Internal Revenue Service.  Instead, it is from auditprotection.com, a Florida company that will try to sell you on a monthly charge in the rare event that the IRS actually audits you.  If the IRS is planning to audit a taxpayer, they send all there notices on letters with IRS letterhead.  Here is what the postcard looks like: