The agency probably already knows, but you still can tell it just how much you love or hate it.
But don't, however tempting it might be, take part in a "survey opportunity" that shows up in your
The IRS says it has been hearing from folks who've received an
There are references to the IRS in the "from" and "subject" lines of the
The "survey" asks standard customer satisfaction survey questions, but also wants the name and phone number of the participant and also asks for credit card information. Once the fraudsters have a name and phone number, they will presumably call the participant and attempt to retrieve other financial information.
As we've said many times (most recently back in July), the IRS does not initiate contact with taxpayers through
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