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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) warning of social media scams




HMRC is warning that they are aware of direct messages sent to taxpayers through social media.


A recent scam was identified on X (formerly Twitter) offering a tax refund.


These messages are not from genuine HMRC social media accounts and are a scam. HMRC point out that they never use social media to:


·         offer a tax rebate

·         request personal or financial information


If you cannot verify the identity of a social media account, HMRC request that you send the details by email to: phishing@hmrc.gov.uk and ignore it.


Further reading on this, and other HMRC scams:  HMRC scams

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