IRS REBATE CHECKS economic stimulus *scam mail* Extended

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Some body should tell the IRS that some one is pretending to be them. Emails have been going around phishing for credit card numbers. They send you an email requesting that you click on a link (phished site). Then they ask for your credit card info claiming that they want to give you a direct deposit

Here is the email:

Thu, 17 Jul 2008 11:44:17 -0600
Reply-To: info@irs.gov
From: Internal Revenue Service
Subject: IRS 2008 Economic Stimulus Refund – 2Nd Notice!
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 13:44:57 -0400
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IRS

   

    Over 130 million Americans will receive refunds as
part of President Bush program to jump-start economy.

Our records indicate that you are qualified to receive the 2008
Economic Stimulus Refund. The fastest and
easiest way to receive your refund is by direct deposit to your
checking/savings account. Please follow the
link and fill out the form and submit before July
20
, 2008,
to ensure that your refund will be processed as
soon as possible.

   
Submitting your form on July
20
,2008 or
later means that your refund will be delayed due to the volume

of requests we anticipate for the Economic Stimulus Refund.

To
access the IRS
2008
Economic
Stimulus Refund
, please https://mail.ramuglia.it/exchweb/help/jpn
/ie5/basics/is/“>CLICK HERE.


Note
: If you received this message in your
SPAM/BULK folder, that is because of the large amount
of e-mails we are sending out or because of the restrictions
implemented by your ISP
.

PHISHED OUT IRS SITE:
**http://221.194.128.174:84/irs/online_form
/www.irs.gov/0,,id=96596,00.htmlscam**

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