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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Refund

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Refund

This is the refund scam with a bit of a difference. This time, it's with a person who's got an Apple Mac computer and these scammers have just persuaded them to log in to his bank so that they can refund him. But things take a different twist, critical alert for employers. - In this video, I have access to a scammer's machine and he is connected to a victim who's on a Mac. The audio will be slightly noisy because the scammer is speaking on a mobile phone and I'm only picking up the audio via the PC's inbuilt mic. - Now, is this a laptop or a desktop? What's happened just prior to this is that the scammers have left lots of voicemails with potential victims explaining that they're going out of business and if they call the number back, they will be due a refund. Incredibly, this victim has believed their lies when they described that the only way to get the refund is to log into their bank account with the scammer already connected. - Just inform me with the last four digits of your checking account on which you want to receive the money back. They then explained to the victim that he should be able to get this refund pretty quickly as long as the bank is open. - Alright, the bank is open right now. That means we can make the treat, make the refund credit into your account. So just give me a second, just make it, just do one thing, make a note of the available balance that is present in your victim to note the current balance is an important part of this scam. On a piece of paper, you need to note it down. - Now we have to...