But some are wondering if this is some sort of a scam, as the letter outlines how much money was disbursed to your account and tells you to visit a website for more information.
In response, the Internal Revenue Service has confirmed in a statement that this is indeed legitimate correspondence from the White House.
“After each of the three Economic Impact Payments is issued, the IRS is required to mail a notice to each recipient’s last known address. The notice provides information about the amount of the payment, how it was made and how to report any payment that wasn’t received. Some people may receive multiple notices about each payment. Most people will simply file the notice with their tax records and won’t need to contact the IRS or take any further action,” the agency said.
“People should keep any IRS notices they receive about Economic Impact Payments with other tax records. The IRS cannot issue replacement copies of these notices. Taxpayers who don’t have their notices can view the amounts of their Economic Impact Payments through their online account,” it added.
Much like Biden’s predecessor former President Donald Trump, the White House used similar letter formatting to detail Biden’s role in successfully delivering millions of payments to financially struggling individuals and…