According to Forbes, the US Internal Revenue Service is currently sending bills and notices to taxpayers, including letters that focus on cryptocurrencies and health care reports. The scammers are using a chance to confuse, and there have been counterfeit IRS letters. Some forged letters claim that an arrest warrant has been issued to taxpayers due to unpaid taxes. The letters also warned that if the taxpayer does not pay immediately, the arrest warrant may result in arrest or other criminal action. Forbes analysis said that counterfeit IRS letters often contain facts about real tax debt, which often makes taxpayers worried and deceived. But the reality is that some tax-related information, such as liens against taxpayers, is likely to be open to the public. So don't be afraid of paying cash or personal information because the scammer knows one or two things.