Email subject: Your refund number: 623HMRC41703

More fake take emails have arrived in some Sussex inboxes.  Each one had a unique number in the Subject line.

HMRC will never email you about a tax refund.

If you follow the link in this email, and you're connected to the Sussex network, you'll see a warning message.

If you think you might have given your bank details or login details to criminals, you should:

  • Contact your bank immediately
  • Change your Sussex password in Sussex Driect


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How is it harmful?

Fake tax refund email

Text of message

HM Revenue & Customs
Hello [your email address]
You have received this email to be notified that HM Revenue & Customs has issued a refund and you are eligible to receive ??530.50GBP directly on your Credit/Debit Card.

If you want to claim your refund online, click here and submit your tax request
Refund Description
Order Number: GB1774956
Issuing Date: 1/20/2020 4:44:15 p.m.
Expiration Date: 21 January 2020
Receiver Email:
Refund Total: ??530.50 GBP
If you will not complete the required form you will not be able to claim your refund online. Please do not reply to this email as this maibox in not monitored.
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Date reported

20 January 2020

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Updated on 1 January 1970