2015-26, Feb. 9, 2015
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service wrapped up the 2015 "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams today with a warning to taxpayers about aggressive telephone scams continuing coast-to-coast during the early weeks of this year's filing season.
The aggressive, threatening phone calls from scam artists continue to be seen on a daily basis in states across the nation. The IRS urged taxpayers not give out money or personal financial information as a result of these phone calls or from emails claiming to be from the IRS.
Michigan police charged three persons last week who were behind more than 300 fraud complaints that led to $100,000 in bogus charges on member credit and debit cards from the $268 million American 1 Credit Union in Jackson, Michigan..........
A 51-year-old Livonia physician faces felony charges for allegedly allowing three of his unlicensed employees to perform medical services.
Beware of the Flashlight app. Information about a popular smartphone application that could expose your personal information to cyber criminals. Click "read more" below for a YouTube video that explains the reasons we should be concerned.