If you respond, they will take your details and later you will shout, “#@**&%^!!!”
28 April 2016
If you’ve just received an Inland Revenue Board email from this address, don’t respond to it
PUTRAJAYA: The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) today denied having sent any emails bearing the address email@example.com which requires taxpayers to fill out their particulars as procedure to qualify for income tax refunds.
In a statement today, IRB said income tax refunds are only processed based on taxpayers’ information stored in IRB’s database.
“The email in question also required taxpayers to input their banking information, attached to fake bank websites based on the taxpayer’s respective bank.
“By our estimation, these emails are circulating on the Internet at the moment. We advise all taxpayers to exercise caution and not provide any feedback to any instructions in these emails,” it said.