Attorney General: Ficticious IRS Forms and Bogus Bank Letter Alert


Connecticut Attorney General's Office
 
Fictitious IRS Forms and Bogus Bank Letter Alert


You may be the unwitting subject of a new fraud scheme that uses fictitious IRS Forms and fraudulent bank correspondence. These incidents are not limited to the customers of small community banks. Documents are being circulated nationwide in an attempt to steal your identity and money by having you disclose personal and banking information. Accordingly, when the perpetrator of the fraud contacts your bank in person, telephonically or through electronic means, they have all the necessary customer information to appear credible.

 The following are additional links to identity theft information:




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