It’s the end of the tax year when many of us are filing our returns to HMRC. It’s also a time when scammers and fraudsters are sending out bogus texts and emails about tax refunds. The fraudsters are using official looking letterheads and logos. But don’t be fooled and don’t respond, they usually ‘include links which take victims to fake websites where their personal and financial information can be stolen’ say Action Fraud.
Take a look at Action Fraud for advice on what to do, and how to avoid being scammed.