For years people have been getting emails pretending to be from financial institutions, like banks and paypal, telling them that if they don't click this link their account will be suspended. So, nothing new there then. Yesterday my grandson asked me if the Inland Revenue would send an email telling him he is due for a £900 tax rebate. Unlikely, I says. It has the logo, and takes you to something similar to HMRC website, though it is not very well done. They have put in a couple of the things, but not enough to fool most people. Then gives lots of symbols for various banks so they can transfer the money. Click on one and it takes you to the log in page for your bank. As we should all know, IR only need your account number, name and sort code, nothing else. Another scam to try to get your log in details. Beware. Always check the address bar carefully - this one said some food company! Luckily, he had the sense to see that, but many people do not look at the address bar. Always, if you get anything like this, go direct to the HMRC website and log in there. If you are not registered with HMRC online, then you can be 100% sure that it is not genuine!