go site We have had notification from the Met Police Safer Neighbourhood Team of two new scam emails doing the rounds and that have been received locally.source
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live forex tips free The second, which purported to be from HMRC saying a tax refund was due, had three main things which showed it was a scam:http://www.androidnewsheads.com/?tylymba=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-legal&cf7=6f
- HMRC would not contact you about this by email and certainly, in this case, not directly to the recipient, as their tax is handled by an accountant,
- It said “click here for a refund” – HMRC does not pay refunds in this way,
- The email address was HMR & C and ended @shaw.ca – HMRC would have a suffix .gov.
get redirected here Please double deleted the email if you get it.