Scammers may send emails pretending to be from IRAS and ask for your personal information or threaten you with bank account closure. Do not click on any links in these emails.
Here's what you need to know:
- How Scammers Use Fraudulent Links
- How to Protect Yourself
- What’s Legit from IRAS?
If you receive a suspicious email, do not click on any links or give out any information. Report the email to IRAS and delete it immediately.
Stay safe by being vigilant and verifying the authenticity of any email claiming to be from IRAS. Remember, IRAS will never ask for your confidential information via email.
Screenshots showing samples of scam emails: