I don't pop onto the site too much now, so apologies if it has been reported here several times.
I have just received a fairly convincing fake e-mail supposedly from HMRC (my first during this pandemic, on an e-mail address that I rarely use) with the subject line "Your CJRS Application HVZGDHPM has been recalled/rejected" I expect the reference number is randomly changed, as it used to with the fake PAYE e-mails.
The e-mail is spoofing a .gov.uk addresses, with both the "from" and "reply to" addresses being of the format no.reply[a 4 digit number]@advice.hmrc.gov.uk
The body of the e-mail reads: -
Your recent Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme application has been rejected or recalled.
Summary of reject justification: “the claimant is in arrears”.
Please see the document attached for more details and a full report on your application.
We have also included the application you made in original.
See the document attached for contact information regarding your case officer.
Note: if the application has already been paid or loan granted funds will have to be returned.
There is a spreadsheet attached, which I obviously haven't opened entitled "CJRS Application recalled July 2020.xls"