Ian Marlow CEO FitechGelb spoke about how scammers are busy this week trying to separate you from your money.
Ian Marlow,” We all are getting calls from fake IRS agents telling us to transfer the amount immediately. If someone has an issue with the IRS they don’t follow this protocol. certainly they are not taking payment by phone or apple gift cards.”
Ian Marlow also added to the topic,” The main idea here is to get your Social Security Number and steal your tax returns. It is tend to happen that your IRS return gets rejected and you get to know that your tax return has been initiated to your Social Security Number. In this case contact the IRS on urgent basis and tell them that your Social Security Number has been stolen by someone else.”