But there is talk about a scam where people want to get the citizen to disclose his private information.
Therefore, warns the police now about the calls, which can end up costing victims a lot of money.
The writing in the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police in a press release.
'In several examples, calling gerningspersonen and tells that the citizen must have the money back in Tax, and in order to get the money paid into his account, the citizen must inform, for example, its NemID,' it sounds it.
There are also examples of gerningspersoner calling widows in the context of a recent death and is pretending to be from the courts or Citizens advice bureau.
Then they ask for the citizen's NemID details to be able to create an account in connection with the succession.
'In both examples are the citizen extorted personal information and stolen many money from his account,' informs the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police.
Police recommend that you never disclose your personal information over the telephone, in e-mails, on sms or on social media.
the tax administration or other government agencies will never call and ask to hand over your NemID, sounds it from the police.
'If you are in doubt, call the authority's main number and ask for the inquiry,' advised the.
in Addition recommends the police also, that you remember telling your older relatives about bogus calls, so that the warning and recommendations can be shared.Updated Date: 05 December 2019, 00:00