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If you've an email account, and who doesnt, you're use to getting scam e-mails. Well, here is one using the IRS name to look at out for over the next month or two. We found out about think and grow rich napoleon hill by browsing Yahoo. The page that pops up then asks you to verify your identity by giving a lot of painful and sensitive personal information the scammer can use to steal your identity. Yes, we're talking personality theft here. The scam is just a bit ambitious, once you learn anything in regards to the IRS. First, there's number Antifraud team at the IRS. 2nd, the IRS never sends email to citizens, not during a review. NEVER! Third, why would somebody steal a identification number and then deposit money to the IRS deploying it? Criminals are ridiculous, but seriously! Here's the straightforward rule you should bear in mind to prevent other fraud and this emails using the IRS name. They're ALL cons. Email never is never sent by the IRS to taxpayers. I would like to repeat that. Email never is never sent by the IRS to taxpayers. Anything you get in your mailbox that purports to be from the IRS is not reliable. Learn it, stay it, love it!.

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