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My current tenant is claiming the IRS seized all her accounts therefore cannot pay rent. Is this possible or just another excuse in a long string of them. Any responses on this is greatly appreciated.

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give them a 3 or 5 day notice to pay (depending on your state), then if not paid, file for eviction.
If true, feel sorry for them, however that is their problem not yours....this is business

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