Timothy Camus Shares Tips to Avoid IRS Impostor Scams

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By:  Katherine Skiba

Timothy P. Camus capped a long career in federal law enforcement as the tip of the spear in the battle against so-called IRS impersonators.

They’re the crooks who call and pose as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents: liars who tell people they owe back taxes, and extortionists who order them to pony up fast or they’ll be arrested.

Often they target older Americans, even phoning people in nursing homes, says Camus, who makes his contempt for such offenders plain.

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1 Response to Timothy Camus Shares Tips to Avoid IRS Impostor Scams

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