17 February 2012

Identity theft, phishing top tax scams in U.S.

Identity theft and phishing top the federal U.S. tax service's list of "dirty dozen" scams, which tend to peak this time of year as millions of Americans gear up to file their tax returns.
While the "dirty dozen" schemes are common year round, many occur most frequently during tax filing season.
Identity theft occurs when thieves use a taxpayer's identity and personal information to file a tax return and claim a fraudulent refund.
Phishing is usually carried out through an unsolicited email or a fake website to lure potential victims and prompt them to provide personal and financial information..........

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