my mom normally gets every chain letter, and scam through email. she got one today from an *.au site which claimed to be the irs.gov website asking for personal information. when she clicked the link the website had already been shut down by some higher power, and all that was left was an alert, telling us that the website was closed because of 'phishing' and had no connection to the irs at all. just thought it was weird, so decided to post it.
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