The e-mail, which looks like an officical IRS-issued e-mail, says the government wants to give you money. It claims, “After the last annual calculation of your fiscal activity, we have determined that you are eligible to recieve a tax refund of $134.80…”
It goes on to request that you click on the link and submit your tax refund request – in the process, submitting your SocialSecurity number and other personal information that could lead to identity theft.
To avoid the fraudulent trap, police and financial advisors say to pay attention to the details: the IRS would not send out a request or unsolicited e-mails. And before sending out any personal information, make sure you confirm the source of the e-mail. If in doubt..check it out! Call the IRS and verify that they are trying to reach you before giving any information to anyone!
Authorties also urge you to realize that as appealing as offers like this are, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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