Fraud Watch

Fraud Watch – we try to do everything we can to ensure that the privacy of our applicants is secure and safe.

We take the privacy of our customers very seriously and have put this page together to give you information, guidance and a few helpful hints and tips to ensure your information is safe and you are not the victim of any fraud.

Fraud can sometimes be hard to identify and some fraudsters will even take advantage of the names of genuine companies and try to pose as them.

These fraudsters will then make cold calls to their victims promising loans that do not actually exist.

The fraudsters will then invite the victim to part with their cash or encourage them to use voucher schemes to “get approved” and then promising to get a guaranteed loan. Please be well aware that these types of calls are scams.

We will ever contact you to request that you send money or ask that you buy any products prior to receiving your loan.

If you think you may have been a victim of fraud, please follow the steps below to get help.

Stop Sending Money

If you think you are a victim of fraud, you should stop sending money to the person involved and notify your bank straight away.

If you have given anyone your bank details, we recommend you contact your bank right away and tell them of the situation so they can help you in regard to the situation.

Report It Immediately

If you think you are or have been a victim of any type of fraud, you can report it using the helpful links below.

These links will give you even more information in regards to fraud and give you all the information you need to make a claim and report your situation:

Further support

Contact the financial conduct authority for more information:

Telephone: 0800 111 6768

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