[BCAB] Scam Warning
anorack at ntlworld.com
Fri Jun 14 23:21:13 BST 2019
Just to add that no organisation will ask you for such info, so if you get
either a phonecall, letter or email eledgedly from such companies asking for
such info ,it's a scam and it should be reported.
From: John via Bcab [mailto:bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk]
Sent: 14 June 2019 10:06
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Scam Warning
I have been told in the past that
the HMRC will not ever ask you for money or give a rebate via
email or over the phone.
They prefer to put the boot in by letter.
On 14/06/2019 09:57, Accessible Computer wrote:
> I have just received in my imbox a scam message which is worth mentioned
just because looks very genuine.
> It is contain a reference number, and all other things which makes you to
think is coming from HMRC for tax return.
> It is clameing to answer for a tax return, which in my case was 450GBP.
> What made me concerned?
> A too short term to clame your money back.
> Investigating further I have discovered in the e-mail details the sender
being an e-mail from Canada which not make any sence with HMRC uk together.
> Pay attention to such messages and double check all details before
clicking any link and filling any form with your tax details.
> Best Regards,
> Adrian Tamasan
> Assistive Technology Trainer
> Accessible Computer
> M: 07788241125
> W: https://www.accessiblecomputer.co.uk
> Skype ID: accessible.computer
> TW: @AccessibleCompu
> FB: http://www.facebook.com/AccessibleComputerTraining
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