The IRS Is Warning You About a New Tax Refund Scam

Be on the lookout for a new email scam impersonating the IRS! The scammers are hoping you will open their email because you are anxious for your tax refund and will be caught off guard. The emails have the IRS logo and a subject line referencing "your refund".

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Stimulus Check Scams are Still Here-Don't Let Your Guard Down

Americans lost $221 million this past year to COVID 19 scams and stimulus payment fraud according to the Federal Trade Commission. If you are eligible for the second round of stimulus money (Economic Impact Payments or EIP checks) and you didn't receive yours by direct deposit already, paper checks or prepaid debit cards are on their way, so we can be sure the the scammers will be back trying to take advantage of the situation.

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