The scammers allege that payment is owed to HMRC and that warrants for arrest have been issued.


HMRC does not use any Royal Courts of Justice phone numbers.

If you receive a call or email, or any type of contact, do not provide any personal details or make any payment.

Check HMRC’s scams checklist, find out how to report tax scams and get information on how to recognise genuine HMRC contacts.

If you are suspicious about a call or text, follow the checklist and contact HMRC.

If you have paid money, report the matter to Action Fraud.

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