New Telephone Numbers For The
Service Detroit Computing Center
The Internal Revenue Service Detroit Computing
Center recently moved to a new facility, the only one in the country that processes and
maintains the data base for large currency transaction reports. Regardless of relocation,
financial institutions should continue mailing the currency transaction reports to the
post office box address stated in the instructions on Form 4789, Currency Transaction
Financial institutions frequently call the IRS
Computing Center with questions about completing Form 4789 and Bank Secrecy Act
requirements. Since the Center's move, many telephone numbers have changed. The numbers
for the most frequently called areas at the Center are as follows:
Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) Compliance Branch
BSA Compliance Branch - FACSIMILE
Magnetic Media Hotline
BSA Electronic Bulletin Board
Suspicious Transactions Hotline (No Change)
* To contact a specific BSA
Representative, call this general office number, and you will be referred to the
If you have any questions, please contact Ms.
Cathy Swickle, Public Affairs Officer at the Center, (313) 234-1052.
Nicholas J. Ketcha Jr.
Distribution: FDIC - Supervised Banks
(Commercial and Savings)