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Stimulus check scams can steal your money: How to avoid them

Now that $600 coronavirus-relief stimulus checks and direct deposits are on their way to American taxpayers, scammers are already trying to steal those stimulus payments and your personal information, the Better Business Bureau reports. 

The BBB warns of email and text messages saying that you need to click a web link to “confirm” or “request” your benefit payments. The link takes to you a page that asks for your sensitive personal information, such as your date of birth and Social Security number. 

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