Scams info

You can get regular alerts to current scams by subscribing to Action Fraud Alert. The system is provided by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) which is run by the City of London Police as a national service.

Scams and Fraud
Common Scams
Reporting Scams

Take a look at Five red flags to avoid being scammed.

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Latest Scams to be aware of:


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You can sign up for free WHICH scam alert service here.

Some info for you to stay safe online and on the phone.

Firstly, there is a very good website, click on the link below:
Friends Against Scams

Also some useful information:

Please remember the following Top tips to protect yourself and others:

Be extra careful if you receive any phone calls, texts or emails from anyone claiming to be a bank or other trusted organisation. A genuine bank or organisation will never contact you out of the blue to ask for your PIN, full password, card reader codes, passcodes, or to move money to another account. Personal information is yours. Don’t give it away.

Never click on a link received in an email or text that then takes you to a website requesting personal information or login details. Always go via a search engine or direct to the company website.

Never allow remote access to your computer by any third party. Scammers will often ask you to download an app or will send you an email with a link such as Team Viewer.

Watch out for poor grammar or spelling on emails/printed material/letters.

•Take 5. Stop and think about what you are being asked to do. If concerned, stop and talk to your family or a friend.

A further update for you to help you stay safe online:

You can forward all scam emails to the National Cyber Security Centre, the email address is in the article above.

We hope you find the above useful

Best regards and stay safe