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Latest tax scam twist: crooks deposit fraudulent refunds into real taxpayers' bank accounts

Your tax refund showed up in your bank account! Party time, right? Wrong. It's possible that the money isn't really connected to your filing. It could be part of a new tax scam that's appeared this filing season. And crooks are using even more chicanery to get the money that's in your account, from posing (once again) as Internal Revenue Service agents to pretending to be debt collectors (you knew this would eventually happen).
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