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Tax Identity Theft – Part 2 – Warning signs, If you're a victim, Minimizing Risk
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In recognition of tax season, CSIAC has created this forum topic to help users detect scams, protect sensitive information, and learn where to report suspicious activity. By posting a series of questions in this forum, CSIAC hopes to promote discussion allowing the CSIAC community to help each other. You are encouraged to provide your own answers and resources.
Part 2 Questions:
- What are some warning signs that you might be a victim of tax identity theft?
- What steps should you take if you find out you’re a victim of tax identity theft?
- What are some of the effects of being a victim of tax identity theft?
- How can you minimize your risk of becoming a victim of tax identity theft?
View Tax Identity Theft – Part 1 – The Basics here: https://www.csiac.org/groups/cybersecurity/forum/topic/tax-identity-theft/#post-16476
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