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Tax Tip

Examples of HMRC related Scam

There have been recent instances of emails received by individuals pretending to be from the HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) informing customers of a tax rebate, or invite them to complete an online form to receive a rebate of tax.

Please remember HMCR would never contact anyone in this way. DO NOT visit the website contained within the email or disclose any personal or payment information.

Email addresses used to distribute the tax rebate emails include:

    * customers@hmrc.gov.uk
    * help.desk@hmrc.notify-online.co.uk
    * online.notify@hmrc-customs.co.uk
    * hmrchelpdesk@hrmchelpdesk.co.uk
    * refunds@hmrc.gov.uk
    * securemail@hmrc.gov.uk
    * tax-refund@hmrcforms.co.uk
    * taxcredits@hmrc-credits.co.uk
    * hmrc@tax-revenue.uk
    * refundsdept@hmrc.gov.uk
    * hmrc@tax-revenue.uk
    * refunds@hmrc.gov.uk
    * Tax-credits-office@hmrc.co.uk
    * taxcredits@hmrc.co.uk
    * tax-service@hmrc.customs.gov.uk
    * service@hmrc.gsi.gov.uk

HMRC does not send out emails using these email addresses.

For information about the above please contact us and we will be glad to assist.

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