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New IRS Site could make it easy for thieves to intercept some stimulus payments

4/13/2020

IRS Scams
Many people will receive their government stimulus checks through direct deposit into their bank accounts. However, if you do not file tax returns the IRS will need your banking information. They recently set up a website to submit this information, but scammers are taking advantage of this situation and can steal your information.  

Read the full article from Krebs on Security to learn how to protect yourself from these potential scams and get your government stimulus check safely.



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