Warning from IRS


In what has become an almost predictable feature of every tax season, there is a phishing scam going around where emails are sent to taxpayers purportedly from the IRS informing them that they are due for a tax refund.

Although this has been often said, it is worth repeating – the IRS does not send out unsolicited emails or ask you to reveal your personal and financial information. Among the information the IRS will never ask you for are your PIN number, bank account numbers, credit card account numbers, passwords or other such confidential access information.

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