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The Defense Finance and Accounting Service said the emails appear to come from its office. The "spoofs" said that people who are receiving disability compensation from Veterans Affairs may be able to obtain more money from the Internal Revenue Service.
Scammers are marketing themselves, making promises to keep under-water homeowners in their homes, even if they can't pay their mortgages.
Natural disasters like the one in Japan often prompt people to donate money to the relief effort. But it's also a time scammers try to cash in.
The sour economy has increased the number of scammers out there preying on people in desperate need. Among those popping up with more frequency, companies which promise to fix your mortgage troubles.