Scammers are trying to take advantage of your stimulus checks. Don't fall for it.
By Donna Provencher
Elizabeth Lower-Basch, director of income and work supports at the Center for Law and Social Policy, told the American Independent Foundation that the first red flag was callers claiming to be the IRS: "The IRS will never email you or call you to demand immediate payment. If you owe money, you will get a letter in the mail. Anyone calling and demanding money or gift cards is a scammer."
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