How to ask HMRC not to publish your Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) claim details

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You can request that HMRC does not publish details about your CJRS claim, if you can show evidence that it would result in serious risk of violence or intimidation to:

  • you or anyone living with you.
  • an individual associated with your business or anyone living with them.

Examples of individuals associated with your business include:

  • an employee
  • a director, officer or employee of that company
  • a partner, officer or employee of that partnership
  • a member or employee of a limited liability partnership
  • a settlor, trustee or beneficiary of a trust

You must make this request yourself, we cannot do it for you.

HMRC will not publish any of your details until a decision has been made and you have been informed.

To submit a request, you will need your:

  • employer Government Gateway ID and password.
  • employer PAYE reference number.
  • business name.
  • contact details.

You must provide evidence of why you think there would be a serious risk.

Evidence can be:

  • written details of why you think publication could lead to the threat of violence or intimidation.
  • a police incident number if you’ve already been threatened or attacked.
  • photos of a previous threat or attack.
  • evidence of possible disruption or targeting.
  • any other material which can support your request.

To submit a request click here.