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02 October 2010

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Norma

Holy crap.

Kym

You can fool some of the people some of the time. . . but Kat? Never! (Scam artists just never cease to amaze me!)

Gillian

It is frightening, and it's also frightening that some people will be taken in by it.

linda-kay

Wow! Thanks for sharing that! I can't believe how close to the real documents that it looks. It is enough to fool a whole lot of people, especially now that so many of us e-file.

Yarnhog (Suzanne)

Wow. That's convincing. I like to think I wouldn't have fallen for it, but I'm not sure.

Cindy G

Scary!

Vicki

Wow. Any clues in the web address? IRS would be .gov -- and a page asking for this type of info would definitely be an https. Scary.

Lucia

I'd heard about this one but never got one. It is pretty clever. Not clever enough, of course.

Cookie

Wow... That's just... wow.

cursingmama

Holy Batman & Robin! That is nuts

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