IRS Warns About Fraudulent Letters Asking for Money
WESLACO - The Internal Revenue Service is warning residents.
Criminals are now sending fake letters with what looks like an official IRS logo.
The letters claims recipients owe money from tax liens.
IRS Liaison Irma Trevino says the most important thing to do is to call the IRS office and verify the letter.
She adds all official IRS payments are made out to the U.S. Treasury.
If you get a letter you are suspicious about, report it to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
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