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Never Wire Money to Someone You Don’t Know

This is our main advice when it comes to wiring money. If you don’t know the person you’re sending the money to — or if you haven’t known them very long — simply don’t it. If you’ve sent money to a scammer by mistake, there’s a good chance the money will be gone for good. 

Signs of a Wire Transfer Scam

You’re Unexpectedly Asked to Wire Money

Be cautious before wiring money—even if you’re asked by the government, a good friend, or relative. 

Calls from the IRS, for example, are often scams. Fake IRS representatives will threaten you with arrest or other consequences if you don’t pay up. If you think you might owe money to a government agency, contact them separately to confirm. Otherwise, just hang up! 

Your relatives can even be used as part of a scam. Scammers are very skilled at fooling people into thinking their own relatives are asking for money. They might call you from a familiar phone number and disguise their voice, claiming to be crying or sick. They may email you from a familiar email address/name. They might seem credible because they know details about your family that they have learned from the Internet. 

If you have any doubt, make sure you contact a relative separately to confirm the story. Don’t listen to pleas to “not tell anyone.” Remember, they are asking for your hard-earned money! Stop and think before you act. 

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