Fraudsters Impersonate Division of Revenue in Letters Targeting Pennsylvania Businesses

Harrisburg, PA — Scam artists are impersonating the Office of Income by sending Pennsylvania enterprise homeowners fraudulent letters in the mail that immediate them to change around their accounting information. The aim of this ploy is to trick unsuspecting taxpayers into supplying delicate monetary information and facts, which the criminals behind the scheme can use for a amount of illicit pursuits that could severely hurt a business’ economic standing.  

“This is a prime illustration of fraudsters impersonating a governing administration company as they try out to persuade hardworking Pennsylvanians to turn around sensitive information about their enterprises,” Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said. “We are urging Pennsylvania enterprise owners to be on large alert if they obtain a suspicious see that consists of the Department of Revenue title and logo. If you have any question at all about the legitimacy of a detect from the office, make sure you use the speak to information mentioned on our website, This is the best way to make sure you are talking with a respectable employees member at the Department of Income.”

Understanding the Scam

The aim of this fraud is to make the recipient of the letter think they are staying

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