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"You are eligible to recieve a tax refund for $386.00" and instructs the recipient to access the link provided in the email. Canada Revenue Agency "12 days left to apply for your refund. You may not receive your refund as quickly as you expected. A refund can be delayed for a variety of reasons. For example, a name and Social Security number listed on the tax return may not match the Canada Revenue Agency. You may have failed to electronically sign the return or applied after the deadline. "This email has been sent by the Internal Revenue Service, a bureau of the Department of the Treasury.
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Then read it again.
The scammers spelled the word "receive" incorrectly; the asked for my Social Security number, that's American and; they forgot to edit out the reference to the IRS.
Guess I am not getting my refund.