Genuine HMRC contact and recognising phishing emails
11 October 2017
HMRC has updated the information on their list of digital and other contact issued. This is due to a recruitment exercise for job roles within its Fraud Investigation Service, which includes a call for tax professionals.
HMRC is running a recruitment exercise for job roles within its Fraud Investigation Service. Details are being published on the website hosted by Manpower.
Manpower has confirmed there will be no data sharing or emails issued from the site. Manpower will send emails to promote/market the exercise from their own domain. The emails won’t directly request any personal or financial information.
Full details of Genuine HMRC contact and recognising phishing emails include:
- Current list of digital and other contact issued from HMRC
- How to tell if an email is fraudulent
- HMRC Short Message Service text messages
- Report HMRC related phishing/bogus emails