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Typically, a cashier’s check issued by a financial institution and payable to a specific person is considered to be a safe form of payment. However, they have recently become an attractive vehicle for scammers to counterfeit, and cause significant losses to unsuspecting consumers and financial institutions.
Like most people, you’re probably buying a lot of things online these days. Most online retailers are relatively safe, but scammers are always finding new ways to steal your money and your valuable personal data.
Scam Alert: Beware of Fake IRS Agents
Money transfer company MoneyGram is warning Americans about a phone scam that is preying on nervous tax filers this year.
As millions of Americans file their taxes this week, it’s good to keep in mind that not everyone involving themselves in the process is on the up-and-up: scammers are all too aware that tax filers are often worried about a possible mistake they may have made in their taxes, and a possible follow-up call from the IRS.