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Slam the Scam icon Latest IRS Impersonation Scam Update: TIGTA Unveils New Flyer Warning Taxpayers About Impersonation Scam... learn more.
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► If you believe you have been a victim of an IRS Impersonation Scam, contact us.
► View this Public Service Announcement video.
► Downloadable IRS Scam Files: Warning Flyer, 5X8 Poster, 11X17 Poster & Slam the Scam Flyer.
► TIGTA partners with the Department of Justice's Elder Justice Initiative, view webinar.
► If you lost money to IRS scammers via Western Union, you may be able to file a claim to recover funds.
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If you received communication from someone claiming to be from the Social Security Administration, please report that activity to the Social Security Administrationĺs Fraud Hotline.

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Please read the press release describing IRS Impersonation Scams.

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