Washington (June 19, 2003) -- The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers about a new scam targeting potential recipients of the Advance Child Tax Credit.
The IRS has seen isolated instances of this new scheme. A taxpayer receives a telephone call from a person who promises to speed up the payment of the Advance Child Tax Credit checks. The catch is the taxpayer must agree to a $39.99 charge to a credit card.
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