Beware this phishing e-mail tax scam from 'the boss'
Get an e-mail from a big boss at your company and when she says hop-to-it, well, you make sure you jump on the spot.
We can picture all too well our own version of Miranda in The Devil Wears Prada issuing some detailed demand and crisply concluding: "That's all."
So I guess it should be no surprise that the scammers are now spoofing e-mails pretending to be the CEO or some other top executive at the company and demanding a long list of W-2 files via PDF format. Immediately. As in yesterday. Seriously.
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