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” the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration cautioned.

Apple is aware of the problem and has posted this warning notice on the gift card section of its website: “i Tunes Gift Cards are solely for the purchase of goods and services on the i Tunes Store and App Store.

A spokesman said that if someone contacts Apple Support after sending off the gift card code — and the money has not been drained from the card — they can freeze the account and have the money refunded to them.

If the money is already gone, Apple advises people to file a complaint with the FTC.

It sounds crazy, telling people to use gift cards to pay for an unpaid debt or back taxes, but it works.

People are doing it and losing significant amounts of money. Lucie, Fla., reported that a local man was scammed by someone claiming to be an IRS agent.

Dave Ramsey, a popular personal finance expert, isn’t shy about his disdain for credit cards.

So, we hope Apple takes a look at this and tries to get serious about cracking down on this kind of scam.” NBC News contacted Apple about this.

A gift card is like cash — a quick, convenient and untraceable way for con artists to get money.

And even if the victim realizes they’ve been scammed, there’s typically no way to reverse the transaction.

Should you receive a request for payment using i Tunes Gift Cards outside of i Tunes and the App Store please report it at” When a fraudulent caller convinces someone to pay this way, the victim is told to go to a store, purchase an i Tunes gift card, load money onto it and then provide the 16-digit code on the back of the card. Sometimes, the crook will stay on the phone with the victim as they go to the store and buy the card.

“Once this is done, the money on the card is quickly depleted by the scammer and the consumer is left with a worthless piece of plastic,” said John Breyault, a vice president at the National Consumers League who oversees the organization’s website.