IRS Warns About E-Mail Survey Scam
Posted August 28, 2007
Raleigh, N.C. — The Internal Revenue Service is warning people about a new e-mail scam.
The scam offers taxpayers $80 to fill out an online customer satisfaction survey. Scammers can then use the information to steal your identity.
The IRS also recently warned Internet users about an e-mail scam that promises a tax refund and asks users to enter bank information.
IRS officials said they do not initiate contact with anyone through e-mail.
If you receive a suspicious e-mail, you are asked to forward it to government investigators at email@example.com.