There is a scam going around that attempts to obtain taxpayers’ personal details through the email. This is commonly known as phishing. Scam artists send official looking emails to unsuspecting taxpayers that link to an electronic form or a cleverly disguised website that requires the taxpayer to fill in personal details such as bank account numbers, Social Security and credit card numbers.
Since the tax submission deadline has just passed, many taxpayers, especially among those who filed their returns electronically, have fallen prey to these scams.
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