Don’t Get Scammed By ‘the IRS’ [VIDEO]


You work hard for your money. Don’t give it away to scammers. Learn key ways to identify fraud by those claiming to be the Internal Revenue Service.

Jathan & Heather

Worried man on phone Don’t let scammers posing as the IRS take you to the cleaners. (Photo by Alon, Flickr)

A few weeks ago, I received a voice mail message that I needed to contact the IRS immediately or else I was going to be arrested. Since I file my own taxes, my first reaction was, “Oh no! What did I do wrong?” But then I remembered reading Catherine Ryan Hyde’s Allie and Bea, where a senior citizen is scammed by someone claiming to be the IRS and I thought, “I’d better investigate!”

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