When those stimulus payments come, don’t be fooled by scammers, feds say. Here are some tips.

We’ve been warning that scammers will be on the prowl, trying to trick consumers into giving up their stimulus payment or otherwise use the coronavirus crisisto steal their personal information.It’s already happening, according to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).The FTC said complaints related to coronavirushave surged in the past few weeks. Since the beginning of the year, it has received more than 7,800 coronavirus-related complaints, the agency said. New Jerseyaccounted for 247 of the complaints.CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: Live map tracker| Businesses tha...


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