If You Get a Phone Call from the IRS, It’s a Scam

The Internal Revenue Service is warning consumers about IRS phone scams
If you get a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS,) and they haven’t contacted you by mail so you’re expecting the call, it’s a scam. That’s what the IRS wants you to know as people trying to scam consumers continue to use the IRS as a way to convince people to give up money and vital financial information to steal their identity. If you get an unexpected call from the IRS demanding money or saying you have a refund due, you are being contacted by con artists who want to take your money or private information.

In many cases, the con artists may already know a lot about you and are searching for even more information to help with their identity theft. Often the

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