Article preview: One consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is a rise in scammers seeking to exploit the situation, especially with HMRC scams. Scams designed to trick us into handing over our personal and financial data take many different forms. In recent weeks, there’s been a significant rise in fake websites, emails and text messages, many claiming to represent official sources. Now, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has taken action to remove nearly 300 scam website addresses.
Watch out for these HMRC scam sites and messages
This 499-word blog post considers action taken by HMRC to remove scam websites and crack down on phishing text message scams. Written on 7th May 2020.
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