Stay safe – do not give out private information, reply to text messages, download attachments or click on links in emails you weren’t expecting
HMRC is calling on people to stay vigilant in the fight against fraudsters, who are using email and text messages to scam them out of their savings.
Mel Stride MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, said: “HMRC only informs you about tax refunds through the post or through your pay via your employer.
“All emails, text messages or voicemail messages saying you have a tax refund are a scam. Do not click on any links in these messages and forward them to HMRC’s phishing email address and phone number.”
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