HMRC (HM Revenue and Customs) has responded to an increase in the number of people receiving emails that offer tax rebates. They have issued a new warning not to follow weblinks in such emails or provide confidential information.
They have stressed that they never notify individuals of a tax rebate using email, nor will they request that online forms are completed.
More details of HMRC’s guidance can be found on their website.
If you have received a suspicious email, related to tax rebates, and you aren’t sure what do do about it then feel free to check it out with Lewis Smith & Co. get in contact by phone or email.