If You Get an IRS Message About Your Child Tax Credit, Don’t Open It

 If You Get an IRS Message About Your Child Tax Credit, Don’t Open It

Scam callers claiming to be from the IRS are a dime a dozen. While tax season has come to an end, you might be gearing up to receive the IRS’ child tax credit starting in July—which could leave you vulnerable to criminals. Experts are warning that this new tax credit from the agency has scammers clamoring to take advantage of you by sending emails, texts, or even direct messages on social media. Read on to find out what you need to be on the lookout for.

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The Better Business Bureau (BBB) released a statement on June 23 warning adults in the U.S. that scammers will try to take advantage of the IRS’ new child tax credit. The IRS will be sending qualified adults payments from July 15 to Dec. 2021 through the American…

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