DVLA Tax Refund Text Scam - Overpaid Road Tax

The DVLA Tax Refund text scam below claiming the recipient is due a refund of overpaid road tax, is being sent by scammers. The scammers' aim is to trick the recipients into clicking the link in the fake text, which goes to a fake and phishing DVLA website that steals personal and financial information.

DVLA Tax Refund Text Scam - Overpaid Road Tax

The DVLA Tax Refund Text Scam

DVLA Tax Refund Text Scam - Recalculated vehicle tax

DVLA does NOT send texts like this. They will never send texts or emails asking you to confirm personal or payment details via a link.

If you do receive a text message or email claiming to be from DVLA and is not certain it is genuine, always contact them directly first.

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DVLA Tax Refund Text Scam - Overpaid Road Tax