Orleans Police warn of IRS scams

If it doesn't sound right it probably isn't

From Orleans Police Detective Sergeant Andrew McLaughlin;

This time of year we routinely see a spike in residents receiving calls from people stating to be agents with the IRS. They are very convincing and once they have your money it can be very difficult to locate them and hold them responsible as they are often calling from another country and the money is almost always untraceable. Please see the attached letter from the IRS.

https://www.irs.gov/…/irs-urges-public-to-stay-alert-for-sc…


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