Thursday, January 21, 2016

(202) 415-4507 IRS Scam Number

I got the whole "the IRS is gonna sue you if you don't call back immediately, and give us your SSN and name". We always overpay our federal taxes, so I knew this was a scam and hat tip to Jane of Virginia for a post about this scam about a week ago. She is much more eloquent than I am, so here's the link to the article, and her adventure.

If you have any doubts about the phone number, you can do a reverse look up or Google it. My number showed it to be a scam. The IRS will only contact you by letter. Any other contact is a scam. Be aware.

Also, be on the lookout for Thanksgiving/Christmas clearance sales. Sweetheart uses pumpkin all year round, and at a 75% discount, with an expiration date of 2019, I bought 24 cans. Score! Kleenex was also on sale for 99 cents per box. We bought 18 to bring back or stockpile back up to 52 boxes.

Keep Right on Prepping - K