Some quarterly tax deadlines approach and the usual annual reports are due in several months. It all encourages online crooks to sneak in on the government’s action by robbing taxpayers.
Since the beginnings of the internet a few decades ago, phony charities and other crooked businesses have scammed suckers into sending money. Or worse, getting their greedy hands on personal bank account and other finances. Continuing online upgrades now make their crooked access easier and more lucrative.
So, while hammering computer keys and clicking your smartphone, don’t be stupid. Always be aware of personal security rules to follow and avoid the greedy internet scammers. http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/09/09/tax-refund-scame-irs-electronic-return-reminder