The IRS has urged taxpayers to remain vigilant against scammers who continue to use the COVID-19 emergency to perpetrate tax fraud. The IRS Criminal Investigation division (CI) has seen a variety of Economic Impact Payment (EIP) scams and other financial schemes looking to take advantage of unsuspecting taxpayers. Scams related to COVID -19 are not limited to stealing EIPs from taxpayers, however. CI has already seen scams related to the organized selling of fake at-home test kits, offers to sell fake cures, vaccines, pills, and advice on unproven treatments for COVID-19. Other scams purport to sell large quantities of medical supplies through the creation of fake shops, websites, social media accounts, and email addresses where the criminal fails to deliver promised supplies after receiving funds. In addition, some scams involve setting up fake charities soliciting donations for individuals, groups, and areas affected by the disease.