Happy Tax Day! Sen. Elizabeth Warren thinks you might be getting scammed.

In a letter to Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi, Warren, as well as Reps. Katie Porter and Brad Sherman, laid into the company over its TurboTax tax-filing program's fees. According to the lawmakers, TurboTax offers products that "scam American taxpayers into paying for services that should be free.

Sen. Warren pushes TurboTax for answers about its efforts to block free tax filing

For the vast majority of Americans, the IRS already knows what we owe in taxes. Instead of telling us, though, the IRS tasks us with filling out a slew of complicated forms and doing a bunch of arithmetic, which drives many people to tax-prep services

That suit takes aim at TurboTax's "bogus" promises of free tax preparation, accusing TurboTax of "disseminating the deceptive claim that consumers can file their taxes for free using TurboTax" when they often end up getting charged in the end. Intuit called the FTC's claims "not credible