Criminals have attempted to break into people's online tax returns and steal up to £100m in bogus refunds, HMRC has admitted.
HMRC said it is aware of cases where criminals harvested log-in details from shared computers used by taxpayers to complete their online returns to alter the returns and divert refunds to their bank accounts....
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