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Beware of new HMRC phishing scam


Posted on 12 May 2017

In the past week, a new phishing scam has been identified in the form of a HMRC email entitled “Your 2016 Tax Report” and contains an attachment. It is essential this attachment is not opened, but instead forwarded to and deleted thereafter. HMRC declare they will never use text or email correspondence to

  • Tell you about a tax rebate or penalty
  • Ask for personal or payment information

It is imperative you exercise caution when receiving emails, even if it’s from what seems to be a legitimate source or someone you regularly communicate with. It is recommended you only open attachments if it is something you are expecting to receive.

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