BBB Warns About New Tax Scam To Steal Your Refund – CBS New York
All crooks need is your social security number.
Some scammers, claiming to be from the IRS, contact potential victims by email, phone or letter in an effort to get their personal information.
Experts suggest filing early.
If you think you’ve been scammed, be sure to contact the IRS right away. For details, see the IRS.gov website.