Declaration weekend: The Swedish Tax Agency warns of fake text messages and fake emails


Now is the big declaration weekend, and regardless of whether you have already declared or not, the amount of phishing and fraud is increasing. This applies both via text message, e-mail and other forms of communication. The Swedish Tax Agency has already issued a warning for increased activity in connection with the tax refund, and another wave of these scam messages will come during the declaration weekend itself.

The advice that applies is generally not to click on any links in text messages and emails that can be scams. Avoid giving information about account information to the Swedish Tax Agency in any other way than when you have logged in to their e-services with e-identification.


Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.

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