- IRS scam has swindled victims out of more than $15 million since 2013
- Scammers warn of seizing property, prison time
- FTC and Treasury department have open investigations
(CNN)They are very convincing when they call. They have a Washington phone number and can cite your financial history down to the cent.
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If you think you have been a victim of an IRS impersonation scam, you can report it to TIGTA's web site or call 800-366-4484.