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Tips for Dealing with Dangerous Tax Scams

  • Tips for Dealing with Dangerous Tax Scams

    Tips for Dealing with Dangerous Tax Scams-

    Avoiding Common Tax Scams

    Click through for common tax scams and suggestions for how to avoid them, as identified by Marie White, CEO of Security Mentor.

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Tips for Dealing with Dangerous Tax Scams

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    Avoiding Common Tax Scams

    Click through for common tax scams and suggestions for how to avoid them, as identified by Marie White, CEO of Security Mentor.

Cyber criminals and scammers view tax season as a prime opportunity. There are many ways that you can fall victim to their attacks and scams. The IRS has issued numerous consumer warnings about the fraudulent use of the IRS name or logo by scammers that are trying to trick consumers into providing their personal information (identity theft) in order to steal their financial assets or commit fraud. In addition, tax preparers and tax software vendors are often impersonated. Scammers use email, the web, postal mail, telephone and fax to set up their victims.

In this slideshow, Marie White, CEO of Security Mentor, a security awareness provider, discusses some of the serious tax scams and tax fraud, and offer ways to help you avoid them.