Comments on 03000

We have 2 comments on the 03000 number, and most of them are surprisingly neutral. One person said the 03000 number is neutral, and 1 person confirmed that the 03000 number is positive. 412 people searched for this number in total, and we've had reports of 415 phone calls so far.


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#hmrc #fraud #positive #genuineCall #scam

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If someone called you from 03000, pretending to be from HMRC and scared you that you will get arrested for unpaid tax, you can rest assured that this is a well known scam, and there is no case against you.

The people at the other end of the phone number 03000 are part of criminal gangs in India, who are stealing millions from innocent people like you and me in western countries.

The ultimate goal of the caller from 03000 is to get hold of your bank card details or to convince you to send them money via the phone, and the HMRC agent is just another pretext used to achieve that.

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03000 FAQ

⚠️ Who called me from 03000?

The scammer who called you from 03000 is an HMRC tax fraudster. They usually play the scare game and threaten you with lawsuit for unpaid tax or try to offer you a tax refund.

⚠️ What's the purpose of this nasty 𝗛𝗠𝗥𝗖 𝗦𝗖𝗔𝗠 call?

These caller behind 03000 wants one and only one thing: your money. They will try to get hold of your card details or convince you to send them cash vouchers bought from your local superstore.

⚠️ Who is behind these 𝗛𝗠𝗥𝗖 𝗦𝗖𝗔𝗠 calls?

The scammers behind 03000 are India and Pakistan based criminals, using cutting edge technology to spoof/fake UK phone numbers and steal money from Western countries, pretending to be from various legitimate organisations.

⚠️ Where can I report 03000?

As a first step, please report the number here on to warn others. Then, let HMRC know about this number at [email protected], and contact police by calling 101. Also, contact your bank immediately if you have transferred money.

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