There is a scam that’s perpetrating to be a legitimate email from the Internal Revenue Service. Computer Associates, CA’s Brian Grayek provides these tips for a safe 2008 tax season:
1. Don’t click on links sent by the “IRS” or a tax preparation firm. The IRS does not initiate contact electronically.
2. Don’t respond to email from the “IRS” or a tax professional asking for account numbers or personal information. Remember, the IRS never initiates communications through e-mail. To check legitimacy, call the IRS (1-800-829-1040).
3. Double check the URLs that you type into your Web browser window. All IRS.gov Web page addresses begin with http://www.irs.gov/. Mistyping an address can direct you to a compromised site where cybercriminals can steal personal or financial information.
Photo by Dept. Of Treasury.
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