• Warning: 'Rejected'/'cancelled' tax transfer email is a scam

    By: Amy Clancy , KIRO 7 Consumer Investigator


    If you received an email today from the Internal Revenue Service notifying you of a "rejected" or "cancelled" tax transfer just delete it. 

    It's a phishing scam, and clicking on the blue "tax report" could lead to prompts for personal information.

    As KIRO 7 Consumer Investigators have warned before, the IRS never communicates with taxpayers via email, even if the email appears to be from "irs.gov."

    For more information:  www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=155682,00.html/

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