Treasury alert for fraudulent IRS refund email

Treasury alert for fraudulent IRS refund email
Treasury alert for fraudulent IRS refund email
The Tax and Customs Authority (AT) warns that there is a scheme for obtaining illegal information (phishing) through a fraudulent e-mail related to the IRS delivery and refund process.

On social media, AT posts an image of the fake email and writes: “If you received an email supposedly on behalf of AT requesting your bank card details for a later refund, ignore it. This is a fraudulent email , so you should delete it right away. ”

More than 900 thousand IRS declarations were submitted by taxpayers on the Finance portal, five days after the three-month period, until June 30, to declare the 2020 income to the Treasury, according to Finance statistics.

Since 2018, the submission of the IRS declaration has been made exclusively by electronic means.

With the extension of the automatic IRS to new types of income, the potential number of households that benefit this year from automation is 3.5 million, and can opt for the pre-filled declaration by the Tax Authorities.

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