Reader Alert: I have been informed from clients during a Toni Says® Medicare consultation
that they have received either calls on their cell or home phone or by mail from either Social
Security or the IRS claiming that they owe money, are being held liable and that their Social
Security check has been suspended due to COVID-19 issues.
America is petrified that one wrong move and they can lose everything they have worked
so hard for. Let’s discuss what you, your friends or an elderly family member should do if you
receive a call or something by mail.
Victims are receiving a telephone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS. They
are told that they will be arrested if they do not make a payment immediately and asked to wire money, using Money Gram, Walmart, and other wire services. Millions of dollars have been
stolen from innocent, trusting Americans.
The IRS will send you a letter not a phone call regarding your IRS account and will
not send you an email, text message or reply to anything on social media about your
personal tax information.
Below are five tell-tale warning signs to tip you off…is it or is not the IRS calling you?
1) IRS will not call you to demand immediate payment about taxes you owe without first
mailing you a bill.
2) IRS does not demand that you pay taxes without giving you the chance to question or
appeal the amount they say you owe.
3) IRS does not require you to use a certain payment method for your taxes, such…