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Phishing Alert: UAE VAT
by Affiniax | DEC 23, 2018
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"We are aware that a number of clients have been sent emails and letters from fraudsters pertaining to be the Federal Tax Authority or Banks and requesting for certain details from them.

The Federal Tax Authority would generally only communicate with registrants through emails from the domain tax.gov.ae sent to the registered email address, or via your eservices.tax.gov.ae portal and registered number.

If you are uncertain as to the genuineness of communication received, please feel free to contact our VAT services team for guidance.”

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