Report suspicious HMRC emails, text messages and phone calls

Online

Report a suspicious HMRC phone call

Use the online form to tell HMRC you have received a phone call that you think is not genuine. You’ll need to give your email address.

Email

Forward details of suspicious emails to HMRC’s phishing team

To help us deal with your email as quickly as possible please give details of what you’re reporting in the subject line, for example ‘Suspicious email address’.

HMRC never send notifications of a tax rebate or ask you to disclose personal or payment information by email.

Suspicious text messages

Forward suspicious text messages to 60599. Text messages will be charged at your network rate.

HMRC never send notifications of a tax rebate or ask you to disclose personal or payment information by text message.