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Find out about methods fraudsters use to try and get your personal information by viewing examples of scams identified by HMRC.
HMRC will sometimes contact customers by telephone, email, letter, and also sometimes use research companies to contact customers. If you’re not sure the contact is genuine then take a look the updated guidance on examples of HMRC related phishing emails, suspicious phone calls, and texts.
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