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HMRC is writing to UK universities advising them to warn new students about tax scams sent by fraudsters to steal students’ money and personal details.
Over 620,000 tax-related email scams were reported to HMRC last year – up by 20,000 on the previous year – including thousands of reports the department received about scam emails targeting students.
HMRC wants to ensure all students new to university this year are cyber aware for when repeat attacks hit their inboxes.
Fraudsters can use a range of methods to target students, most commonly by sending fake tax refunds to seemingly legitimate university email addresses (often ending in ‘ac.uk’) in order to avoid detection.
Depending on the details a criminal can obtain from a student, they could steal money, set up direct debits, make purchases for valuable goods on online sites or even take control of the student’s computer – being able to access functions such as their webcam.