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El IRS trabajará con víctimas del robo de identidad
El Servicio de Impuestos Internos, (Internal Revenue Service, IRS) no inicia comunicación con el contribuyente a través de correo electrónico. Antes de que sea robada su identidad, proteja su información.

¡Proteja su información personal! El IRS no inicia comunicación con los contribuyentes a través de correo electrónico
Phishing se le llama a la práctica de “pescar información” y de atrapar victimas. Los estafadores utilizan esta práctica para enviar mensajes, engañar a las victimas y robar la identidad de las victimas.

Cómo enviar el encabezado de un correo electrónico de phishing
Phishing, se le llama a la práctica de enviar correo electrónico no solicitado, el cual falsamente dice provenir de un negocio legítimo, cuyo fin es engañar al usuario para que revele información privada y así robar la identidad del usuario.

Protéjase a usted mismo y reporte emails dudosos o estafas de phishing
Phishing, es el acto de enviar un email fraudulento con la intención de engañar al usuario para que éste divulgue información privada, la cual sería usada para robarle la identidad.
 

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