A new “IRS” scam…
First – the IRS knows your name! You are not “user.”
And if you were due a refund of over $9,ooo – duh! you’d know.
And lastly – don’t you think the IRS knows how to correctly spell it’s own name?
Aside from all the above, the IRS does not send email – it just sends you the refund if it is due you or a “polite note” if you owe them!
I left the links clickable – if you look at the click here link – it asks for your credit card info..another thing the IRS will NEVER do-
The IRS does not need your credit card info to procees a refund!
These above are also good reasons why it’s safer to e-file and have your refunds done as an automatic deposit. Then you know for sure what is a scam…
BEWARE – tax season is a good time to SCAM
After the last annual calculations of your fiscal activity we have determined that you are eligible to receive a tax refund of $9,390.00. Please submit the tax refund request in reply to our e-mail and allow us 2-3 days in order to process it.
A refund can be delayed for a variety of reasons. For example submitting invalid records or applying after the deadline. Click here