We have been made aware of suspicious emails being sent that claim to be from Companies House however, they are not official emails.
The example we have been made aware of came from a .co.uk email address, however all emails from government bodies will have a .gov.uk email address.
The gov.uk website advises that some of these fake emails may have an attachment, such as a Word document and they may also ask you to enter an authorisation code. The advice is DO NOT open any attachments. Instead forward any suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also report any suspicions to Action Fraud, the national fraud and Cyber Crime reporting centre for the police.
Equally, if you have a concern about information you are being asked to provide, please do not hesitate to contact your CavanaghKelly Client Manager in the first instance.
Whilst every effort has been made by CavanaghKelly to ensure the accuracy of the information here, it cannot be guaranteed and neither CavanaghKelly nor any related entity shall have liability to any person who relies on the information herein. Information given here is for guidance only. Detailed professional advice should be taken before acting on any information contained herein. If having read the guidance here, you would like to discuss further; a member of our team would be pleased to help you.