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Think you’ve been a victim of fraud?

If you think you’ve been a victim of fraud contact us immediately. We can guide you on what to do next.

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 Suspicious emails and texts

Learn about the most common email and text scams and what you can do to avoid them.

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Suspicious calls

Learn about the most common phone scams and what you can do to avoid them.

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Your staff and fraud

Learn more about how
your staff can protect
your business from
fraud.

Top tips


Do

Tick  double check if a supplier asks you to change their details. You can do this by calling them on the number you have saved.

Tick  confirm with the sender if you get an email from your business owner or a supplier asking you to make an urgent payment.

Tick be careful when you open any emails that you weren’t expecting (even if you think you know the sender). Don’t click on any links or attachments unless you’re sure they're safe.



Don’t:

Mark download something or give remote access (control of your device) if someone unexpected asks.

Mark share your internet banking details, card reader codes, your password or your PIN.

Mark move your money to a “safe/holding/secure account” for “security purposes”. We would never ask you to do this and neither would the police.

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Cyber attacks

What is a cyber attack?
How do you spot one, and how can you stop your business falling victim?
Watch our video to find out more.

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Invoice and CEO fraud

What is invoice fraud? What is CEO fraud?
Watch our video to find out how these types of fraud can impact your business.

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Cyber-enabled

Find out what cyber-enabled fraud means and how you can protect your business from falling victim to malware.
Watch our video now for top tips.

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Fraud Guidance

Our Fraud Guidance brochure can tell you about:

  • Different types of fraud
  • How to spot potential fraud
  • What you can do to protect your business from fraud.

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Take Five

Take Five is a national campaign that gives advice to people to help protect them from fraud.

 

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