Get exclusive information about the Hmrc scam. Learn about the 07477 plot and modes of communication.

HMRC is the tax authority for the United Kingdom. HMRC provides tax refunds to those in need with the funds provided by the government. HMRC does not only collect taxes, but also customs charges. Its grantees cover different age groups including the elderly who are unaware of smartphones and other technologies, such as SMSing, malware, threats etc.

How does HMRC get involved in scammings? Check out the Scam 07477.

The Scandal surrounding the 07477 Hmrc:

The first four digits are 07477. This is the number that several users have received phone calls and messages from. In most cases, users are informed directly that the call is from HMCA. The representative will inform the user that a refund has not been processed under their name. To process the refund, customer service will ask for personal and payment details over the phone.

When an individual pays his taxes, customs duties, or requests a tax refund/refund he will include the details of the refund on the application. Shaftesbury is the 07477 area code. If HMRC were to credit a certain amount, it would be disbursed to the method of payment specified on the application.

Someone calling you from 07477 and requesting personal information or payment is a scammer/fraudster phishing call.

Calls from 07477 and messages:

More than 18,887 searches have been made to find information on 07477. The first search began on 13th/March/2019, at 21:46.58 Hours. The latest search occurred on 27th/June/2023, at 7:23.52 Hours. The number 07477 has been identified as highly active and several domains are now monitoring it live. In Area Code for 07477, the +44 country code is replaced with (00) or (0). Reviews from 39 users indicate that spam calls were received from:

  • 0(747)741-8319,
  • 0(747)710-9562,
  • 0(747)715-0182,
  • 0(747)713-3622,
  • 0(747)785-1635,
  • 0(747)746-0158,
  • 0(747)742-3064,
  • 0(747)790-7998,
  • 0(747)746-2680,
  • 0(747)716-2171,
  • 0(747)770-7231,
  • 0(747)716-9835,
  • 0(747)718-8063,
  • 0(747)710-2309,
  • 0(747)729-4907,
  • 0(747)759-1460,
  • 0(747)757-0843,
  • 0(747)713-7016, Etc.

Customer feedback:

The users who reported receiving calls from 07477 said that an IVR automated the call, claiming that it was HMRC. This is false information. The IVR also asked the user to press #1 on the dial pad in order to get more information regarding pending credit under their name.

A few users have received 7477 Hmrc scam calls claiming to be lawyers that handle tax invasion cases. IVR has also informed several users that a tax credit letter was returned to the Department. They need more information. If no response is received then legal action will be taken.

The call was reported by several users as having prompted the Royal Court of Justice. IVRs also stated the amount, which ranged from hundreds of pounds to less than 800 pounds. Some users finally responded when they heard the enormous amount of money involved.

On public holidays, users received 7477 Hmrc scam calls! The calls were received by a number of users, including public servants and employees from corporations whose tax refunds, rebates, or credit refunds are handled by corporate tax. There is therefore less room for error. In the event of an error, the corporate tax department (or) third-party tax consultants will be held accountable. These users have blocked the number.

Reality of 07477 Text Messages:

Thousands of users also received text messages via 07477. Text messages were sent in two different formats.

  1. The first format contained the amount and a URL shortened. The 7477 Hmrc scam informed the user that HMRC was unable to credit/disburse an amount on their account. It required more information. After the user clicks on a shortened URL, he is taken to a page that asks for personal and payment information. Innocent users are tricked into believing that HMRC is asking for their personal and payment details.
  2. The second format of text messages is bold, and threatens the users. The text message this time creates a sense of urgency to the user. The 07477 Hmrc scammessage informs the user that HMRC has sent them a letter regarding their taxes. The letter was however returned. If the user doesn’t contact the number, then legal action will be taken.

Good citizens will panic when they hear about HMRC involvement, legal action and the contents of the letter. It creates a sense of urgency. Many users had called the number while others understood the plot, and blocked it.

Alert by HMRC:

HMRC can contact taxpayers by phone or text message. It is important to note that HMRC has already collected information about users. Most of the non-07477 Hmrc scam calls, and real text messages, are about verifying information, in the form security questions, etc.

HMRC also includes QR codes whenever possible. You can locate an HMRC QR Code in a letter or email. This code will help you find resources and contact HMRC.

HMRC won’t ask its users to enter their personal details on any third-party website. HMRC text messages will not make you feel compelled to call them back. If any user comes across such messages or 07477 Hmrc Scam calls, they can report it to 60599 (or) by emailing

A common scamming method:

Scammers spread fake messages under the HMRC tax credit banner using several communication methods. HMRC discovered that fake messages were shared on Twitter, social media platforms and private messaging groups like Whatsapp. They also found scams related to customs duties involving the payment of postal parcels and third-party services offering tax credit filing.


By now, you may be familiar with the fake HMRC scams that involve text messages and phone calls. These unauthentic agencies will also contact users via other 07477 Scam modes. It is important that the user does not divulge any personal information or payment credentials on the phone and via the Internet.


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