yes recently you received an email from the SATbut you are not sure of its legitimacy, here we will tell you how avoid falling for scams that put your financial and personal information at risk.
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In the wake of financial scams and identity thefts that dozens of people have experienced both on banking apps and other online services, the Tax Administration Service (SAT) created a apocryphal courier seeker so that taxpayers can verify the information received in their e-mails.
So far this application has found more than 4 thousand apocryphal emails, so users are asked make use of this tool to the extent of their possibilities.
How to enter the SAT apocryphal email search engine?
To access this tool, you only have to visit this link and write in the indicated section the email address that appears in your inbox. Then click search and in case the address is illegitimate, you can file a complaint presenting your case to [email protected].
The Tax Mailbox, as reported by the SAT, is the contact channel for taxpayers to be aware of tax updates, but will never ask you for personal information such as keys, passwords, files or photographs of documents and credentials.
Among the most common messages received in cases of fraud, one of the most common is the one that notifies users of a supposed balance in favor or those who operate with the dynamics of phishing. For this reason, we recommend that you keep your tax situation and bureaucratic procedures in order.