By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — If you check your bank account, you might see that the new round of stimulus checks has started going out.

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That means scammers are using phone calls, texts, emails, and robocalls are trying to separate people from their money.

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The Better Business Bureau says it’s gotten reports of scammers telling people they need to provide personal information to get the money.

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The Bureau says there are no processing feels involved with the stimulus checks and to be wary of anyone asking for payments to receive the funds.