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W-2 Scam: Protect Yourself From Cybertheft

With tax season here, scammers are out to steal employment W2 information for tax scams. Please be extra careful with emails and phone calls that you receive during this time. Scammers will try to steal your login credentials and tax information so that they can file taxes on your behalf, in addition to stealing your personal information.

For tips and tricks in identifying phishing and email scams and see the latest scams reported to us, please visit the go.vcu.edu/infosec and go.vcu.edu/phishing.

If you suspect that your information have been stolen, please see information provided by IRS at https://www.irs.gov/uac/tax-scams-consumer-alerts.

Posted by garbettgl on Thursday, February 2, 2017, at 3:06 pm

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