Washington (April 1, 2002) -- A federal court in San Francisco has issued an order authorizing the Internal Revenue Service to serve a summons on VISA International for offshore credit card records.
The court acted just two days after the Justice Department filed a petition for approval of a "John Doe" summons, which permits the IRS to obtain information bout possible tax fraud by people whose identities are unknown.
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