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Green Bay police warn of email scam involving taxes

8:07 AM, Apr. 12, 2013  |  Comments
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Green Bay police said Thursday they received complaints from citizens who received emails claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service seeking personal information.

The email says the recipient has money to be returned to them and asks for such information as Social Security numbers. The IRS says it does not send emails to taxpayers.

Police warn residents to be cautious about any emails claiming to be from the IRS or any government agency, particularly this time of year.

Tax payments are due April 15.

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