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New Tax Refund Scam – It’s Not What You’d Expect

The Delaware Division of Revenue would like to alert taxpayers to a new and growing scam involving fraudulent tax refunds being deposited into real taxpayer bank accounts. After the money is deposited, the crooks use various tactics to con taxpayers into turning over those funds. How does it work? Thieves are using schemes, including phishing, […]




Investors Should Approach Cryptocurrency with Caution, Delaware’s Investor Protection Unit Says

With cryptocurrencies attracting recent headlines, the Investor Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice is urging Delaware investors to be cautious about investments involving cryptocurrencies. “Investors should make certain they understand the risks associated with investments in cryptocurrencies and financial products involving cryptocurrency before they invest,” said Director of Investor Protection Greg Strong. Cryptocurrencies […]




Small Businesses: Be Alert to Identity Theft

Small business identity theft is a big business for identity thieves. Just like individuals, businesses may have their identities stolen.




Seven Steps to Keep Your Tax Information Secure Online

During the online holiday shopping season, the Delaware Division of Revenue is joining with the IRS, other state tax agencies and the tax industry to mark “National Tax Security Awareness Week.” From November 27 through December 1, we’d like to remind people to be vigilant with their personal information. While you are shopping for gifts, […]




Delaware Joins National Effort To Address Illegal Debt Collection

The Delaware Department of Justice has joined a national coalition committed to working to crack down on illegal debt collection. Led by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), “Operation Collection Protection” brings together federal, state, and local enforcement and regulatory organizations.







 Pages Tagged With: "fraud"

New Tax Refund Scam – It’s Not What You’d Expect

The Delaware Division of Revenue would like to alert taxpayers to a new and growing scam involving fraudulent tax refunds being deposited into real taxpayer bank accounts. After the money is deposited, the crooks use various tactics to con taxpayers into turning over those funds. How does it work? Thieves are using schemes, including phishing, […]




Investors Should Approach Cryptocurrency with Caution, Delaware’s Investor Protection Unit Says

With cryptocurrencies attracting recent headlines, the Investor Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice is urging Delaware investors to be cautious about investments involving cryptocurrencies. “Investors should make certain they understand the risks associated with investments in cryptocurrencies and financial products involving cryptocurrency before they invest,” said Director of Investor Protection Greg Strong. Cryptocurrencies […]




Small Businesses: Be Alert to Identity Theft

Small business identity theft is a big business for identity thieves. Just like individuals, businesses may have their identities stolen.




Seven Steps to Keep Your Tax Information Secure Online

During the online holiday shopping season, the Delaware Division of Revenue is joining with the IRS, other state tax agencies and the tax industry to mark “National Tax Security Awareness Week.” From November 27 through December 1, we’d like to remind people to be vigilant with their personal information. While you are shopping for gifts, […]




Delaware Joins National Effort To Address Illegal Debt Collection

The Delaware Department of Justice has joined a national coalition committed to working to crack down on illegal debt collection. Led by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), “Operation Collection Protection” brings together federal, state, and local enforcement and regulatory organizations.