Adam Levin Discusses Scammers And The Tax Deadline Extension Affecting New Victims With CNBC
Written by IMN on 16 Apr 2020
The tax deadline extension has been a good and bad thing during this pandemic. Good, because it helps families continue to prepare for a return to normality, but also bad.
Mostly because it has now given scammers and criminals an additional period to attack victims. Phone calls and phishing schemes are popular tactics.
Recently, CNBC spoke with Adam Levin, co-founder of Credit.com about the matter as part of their partnership with Acorns. Find out more information here.