The due date for filing your taxes is rearing its ugly head on the 17th. We at Scambook beg of you…don’t panic and don’t rush. An estimated 25% of all tax payers are said to file in the last two weeks, which means scam artists are going to be even more aggressive to pursue procrastinators by offering free income tax return services and larger refunds.
“Anything that sounds too good to be true is definitely too
good to be true,” said IRS spokesman, Dave Stewart. During tax season,
scammers advertise free income tax return service and guarantee large tax refunds. Scammers mainly target low-income residents and the elderly, according to Stewart... Read the full story.
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