ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The New Mexico Attorney General said an economic stimulus scamis targeting citizens.
The Internal Revenue Service does not contact taxpayers throughthe internet. However some scammers are passing themselves off asthe IRS.
In scams, the phony IRS will say they’ve determined basedon last year's calculations that you are eligible for a stimuluspayment.
Then you're prompted to download an online form and submit itfor processing.
The AG said do not open the attachment, because it could containa virus that may damage your computer.
Recipients should forward these emails to the AG's office firstname.lastname@example.org.
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