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Today we get a million message from the tax

There is usually good reason to be skeptical, when unexpectedly, there appears a mail up, which looks like a message from the tax administration. But today and the next few days to get up to a million danes both emails and in many cases also a text about their work.

- We send the message to those who have not yet checked their annual tax return. And to them, where there can be changed something in the financial statements, since it was released, explains press officer Rikke Madsen to Ekstra Bladet.

And there is a good reason to Excise not only sends the message to citizens ' e-Box.

- Many have disclosed their email address and in some cases also a telephone number for us as a way to let us know. But if we do not have the information, lands the message in the e-Box.

You must be careful, when you are prompted for personal data. A message like this would Excise never send out. Private

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Excise however, it calls on citizens to always be skeptical, when there comes emails out on tax. For when the board sends a lot of messages out, utilize the scammers it some times to send a barrage of false messages out.

- in General, citizens are fortunately really good to be skeptical and mock, if a message looks wrong.

- But if you are in doubt, it is important to know that tax administration will never ask you to disclose private information about your account, credit card or social security numbers via an email.

- We tell nor the amount of the excess tax or the outstanding tax in our messages, stresses, Rikke Madsen. And her advice is quite clear, if you come across links in an email, you feel uncomfortable.

- In the event you should even clicking links from the email directly into your browser and avoid clicking on the links. You can also hover over the link in an email and check where it leads before clicking.

You can get more advice on bogus emails via tax.dk/falskemails.

Skattestyrelsens good advice on the mail

See what the purpose is with the mail, or text message you have received. When we write to you, it is to give you information and options.

We will never ask for:

Your personal data.Your bank account or debit card information.To disclose an amount.

if you Are in doubt, you should never click on a link in an email. Delete suspicious email messages.

always Be careful to enter your credit card information.

If you have come to enter your information, we encourage you to contact your bank. You should also keep an eye on will be withdrawn the amount from your account, which you have not approved.

the tax administration pays out automatically overpaid tax to your NemKonto, and it is not necessary to disclose your payment card details in order to get your overpaid tax.

In most mail programs you will be able to see the sender's email address by clicking on the name of the sender. Here you can see the full address of the sender of the email.

however, You can never be completely safe, as the sender's address can easily be spoofed and therefore look like an official address from the Tax administration.

If you are unsure whether the email comes from the Tax administration, you should refrain from clicking on links in the email. Instead, you can open your browser, go to tax.dk and continue from there. On tax.dk can you both come in contact with the Tax administration and view your tax information.

the Tax authorities ' domains are listed a little further down.


in Order to ensure that a link is safe, you can hold your mouse over the link and see what website the link leads to. You should only have to click on the link, if one of the following urls or email addresses:

tax.dk: Guidance and self-service solutions for all agencies.

sktst.dk: Excise

toldst.dk: Toldstyrelsen

vurdst.dk: Vurderingsstyrelsen

gaeldst.dk: Gældsstyrelsen

motorst.dk: Motorstyrelsen

ufst.dk: Development and Forenklingsstyrelsen

adst.dk: Administrative and Servicestyrelsen

If you are unsure whether the email comes from the Tax administration, you should refrain from clicking on links in the email. Instead, you can open your browser, go to tax.dk and continue from there. On tax.dk can you both come in contact with the Tax administration and view your tax information.

to See a lot more good advice on the texting and calls on www.skat.dk/falskemails.

Source: Excise

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