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2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
We all like that the income statement gives us a return, that's why it is a good hook to try to swindle us, but we have to be careful with the false emails from the Tax Agency that are circulating, and that can cause us displeasure if we trust them. Of course, not everything that comes to our email is trustworthy.
Phishing is a type of scam in which a malicious user attempts to impersonate a well-known and trusted company or organizationIn this way, it strives to provide you with personal information, such as a username and password for a service, or our bank details. Obviously, he will use this information with bad intentions.
Well, the Spanish National Police have recently drawn attention to this problem. You have found an example of a phishing scam that pretends to be the Tax Agency, a type of false email that wants to convince us to visit the attacker's website. Here you can see the email:
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How to distinguish a false email from the Tax Agency?
In this case, it is obvious to someone with Internet experience that it is a scam. Although real graphic elements from the Tax Agency are used, it is very striking that the sender is a free Gmail email accountOn the other hand, the poor wording makes it clear that it cannot belong to a Spanish public body.
So, if we receive a false email from the Tax Agency, we must delete it instantly. The truth is that a similar scam was carried out recently via SMS, so we must remain vigilant against this type of deception.
What do you think of this fake email from the Tax Agency? Do you find it credible, or would it not have deceived you for a moment?