IRS Surprise Arizona

Complaint: ~ By Ripoff Scams Consumer Advocate…Alice in Ripoff Land Leave it up to low-life scammers to take full advantage of any natural disaster! These psychopaths have no shame or remorse. The IRS is issuing a consumer alert about possible fake charity scams emerging due to severe flooding in South Carolina and neighboring states. Scammers will impersonate charities to solicit money or phish for payment information from unsuspecting, well-intentioned victims. They often set up phony charity websites or even spoof (falsely mimic) a legitimate charityu2019s website to lure potential donors to give money on their spoofed website. Or worse, theyu2019ll send an email or text message that contains a link to make a donation. That link will likely contain MALWARE! (really bad stuff on your computer or smartphone) These creeps even solicit victims via social media, by mail or at your front door, claiming to be affiliated with legitimate charities. Also be aware, that many legitimate charities often spend most of what they collect in donations, on their own salaries and administrative costs. So, before you give up your hard-earned money, ask for written information, showing how much of your contribution will actually be going to help those in need. Telemarketers who are affiliated with these charities often work on commission, so some of your donation will go directly to the telemarketer. TIPS: Never give or send CASH. Pay with a credit card, but donu2019t give out your payment info – unless youu2019re 100% sure that the charity is legit. Itu2019s better to go directly to the charityu2019s office or enter the charityu2019s name directly into your browser, so you know the wesite is the legitimate one. Many fake charities will use names that are similar to the names of legitimate charities, so do your research before giving money. To check out a charity, go to www.charitynavigator.org or www.charitywatch.org or check to see if theyu2019re listed as an exempt organization at www.irg.gov

Tags: Non-Profit Charities

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