Need guidance on Scam Phone Calls?

Telephone scams performed by individuals posing to be IRS personnel are becoming more and more of a prevalent issue.

Sometimes callers claim to represent the IRS and demand tax payments. Some try to convince you that you’re due a refund. Sometimes scam phone callers will ask you for sensitive financial information, like credit or debit card numbers.

This is a wide spread scam being executed all over the country.  In response to this issue we’ve provided a link to IRS guidance on scam phone calls. There’s plenty of information on how to identify and respond to these suspicious calls.

The IRS Guide on how to spot scam phone calls includes info for citizens like how to file a complaint and how to report an incident with a suspicious caller.

For example – one thing to keep in mind is that the IRS will never use unsolicited email, text messages or any social media to discuss any personal tax issue.

Please follow the link below to read further and do not hesitate to call us with any questions.

IRS Guidance on Scam Phone Calls; Five Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious Calls

-Monfalcone, Garris and Company, PC