Fraud helpdesk warns of fake mail Tax authorities,
Precisely at the time that many people get their tax refund paid, the Fraud Helpdesk warns of a “rather cunning fake email” that seems to come from the Tax And Customs Administration.
With this, scammers try to knock the recipients of the e-mail a small 300 euros out of the pocket.
The senders claim that the addressee was credited with an amount of 297.95 euros in December 2017, which would have been intended for someone else. They ask to ‘refund’ the supposedly wrongly received amount to a certain account number.
If you read carefully, you will see that the e-mail is full of language errors. The sender ‘[email protected]’ and the name of the account (SS Held) are also clear signs that the e-mail is not good.
Fraud helpdesk warns of fake mail Tax authorities
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