Phishing warning and security recommendations
On this page you will find information on detected cases of attempted impersonation of the Tax Agency by means of false e-mails and SMS.
Fake e-mail and SMS campaigns are taking place to impersonate the Tax Agency.
The aim of the criminals is to steal the victim’s personal or bank details, either by referring them to a fake website that impersonates that of the Tax Agency or by making them download files with viruses.
Don't pay attention to these messages, it is an attempt to defraud you by impersonating the Tax Agency.
This is not the first time that this type of mail or SMS has been used.For this reason, public awareness and information is essential.We recommend:
- You do not open messages from unknown or unsolicited users - delete them straight away.
- Not answering these messages under any circumstances.
- Take caution when following links in emails even if they are from known contacts.
- Take caution when downloading email attachments even from known contacts.
The Tax Agency insists that it never requests confidential, financial or personal information, account numbers or taxpayer card numbers by email or SMS, nor does it attach invoice information or other types of dataSee examples of these Tax Agency impersonation campaigns.