More tax scam “phishing” emails

As the tax year draws to an end, there seems to be a surge in tax scam “phishing” emails.

You may see emails purporting to be from HM Revenue & Customs, saying that you are due a tax refund. Chris Hopson, Director of Customer Contact at HMRC has previously already confirmed that HMRC only ever contact customers who are due a tax refund in writing by post. HMRC never use telephone calls, emails or external companies in such circumstances.

Please therefore be ultra vigilant.

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