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  1. The IRS has a new warning about fake tax refunds being deposited into the bank accounts of taxpayers. Most of the taxpayers being targeted in this scam likely had their client data stolen from tax professionals earlier this tax season. RELATED: Here’s your estimated tax refund schedule. IRS: Criminals give fake refunds then ask for them backAuthor: Theo Thimou.
  2. Jul 26,  · Reportedly, some fake exporters have fraudulently availed the ITC, taking advantage of the fully automated IGST refund system. The general modus operandi of risky exporters is to pay the IGST at.
  3. Feb 13,  · Shutterstock Just when you thought you'd read about all of the tax scams: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers about a new - and growing - scam involving erroneous tax refunds.
  4. Jul 18,  · A year-old man has been jailed after offering fake tax refunds during the Covid lockdown. Mohammed Khan sent more than one thousand texts claiming to be from the authorities offering refunds Author: Samuel Lovett.
  5. Receiving a refund check for twice that amount in mid-June raised a big red flag. Lawrence knows about IRS scammers who call threatening to .
  6. Apr 27,  · After the day mark, the bank is no longer required to refund fraudulent activity, which means you could be on the hook for the full amount. 4 steps to get a refund on a fraudulent transaction. While putting in a claim for a fraudulent transaction doesn’t guarantee a refund, this could be your best bet when other options have failed.
  7. Jul 01,  · More than 40 fake refunds were issued, ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. The family and friends that received the funds are being investigated as well, but none have been arrested yet. Insuasti turned herself in on Monday and is being held at the Osceola County Jail on $, bail. Source: Orlando Sentinel / WESH2.
  8. Apr 13,  · Hackers file fake tax returns in scheme to steal IRS refunds. It may be open season for coronavirus scammers, but tax frauds aren’t letting up, either. Attackers tried obtaining large tax refunds by posing as clients of Weber and Company, the California-based accounting firm revealed last week.
  9. If the erroneous refund was a direct deposit: Contact the Automated Clearing House (ACH) department of the bank/financial institution where the direct deposit was Call the IRS toll-free at (individual) or (business) to explain why the direct deposit is.

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