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Irish taxpayers should be wary of new tax scam SMS

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A number of people have reported that they have received SMS messages from an individual or organization that is purporting to be Revenue.

The SMS reads - ‘ROS.ie: We are glad to inform you that your tax return is ready to be claimed. Claim now’.

Please note that this is a scam and YOU SHOULD NOT PRESS THE LINK.

Revenue never sends emails or text messages requiring people to send their personal information over email, text or by any other unsecure means.

Internet safety

If you receive an email or SMS and you think it is fraudulent you should: 

  • Never click into the link or attachment provided. It may contain harmful viruses that can access your computer or phone and take your personal information
  • Never reply 
  • Delete the message

You should always be extra vigilant when it comes to the security of your personal and financial information.  

How to claim your tax refund securely

Taxback.com will assist you in claiming your maximum Irish tax refund through a secure online process.

Our team will go back four years to ensure you avail of every relief you’re entitled to.

And remember, if you have any questions about your Irish tax refund you can contact our Live Chat team anytime 24/7.

The average Irish tax refund is €1,880


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Louise Murphy - Marketing Associate @ Taxback.com

Louise is a Marketing Associate at Taxback.com.

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