HMRC are warning taxpayers to be wary of the latest in a long line of email phishing scams that claims taxpayers have ‘made mistakes while completing their last tax form application’.
HMRC have updated their list of phishing email scams to include the latest bogus email being circulated. According to HMRC:
‘the email contains a link which should not be clicked as it may direct you to a phishing site or contain malware. Do not respond to this email. Forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org then delete it.’
Internet link: HMRC examples