Protect yourself against fraud
Fraudsters use many ways to steal your money or identity. That's why we've put together some fraud awareness information to help you protect yourself against fraud and reduce the risk of becoming a victim.
If you think you've been a victim of fraud or if you suspect fraudulent activity on your account with us please report it to us immediately. Remember, we'll never ask for your password in full.
Identity fraud is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the UK. If someone steals your personal details and uses them fraudulently, it's known as identity fraud.
How fraudsters steal your details
Whether it’s by email, phone or social media, fraudsters use many ways to get your information.
Have you received any strange emails or text messages urging you to do something?
Have you received any unexpected calls, wanting you to act on something immediately?
How private are your details on social media and does it matter?
Explore the most common scams and what to do to keep your money and personal details safe.
Everything you needed to know about cheque fraud to keep yourself safe
How we protect you
We always validate the identity of our customers
We use various security measures
We monitor potential fraudulent and suspicious behaviour on our members accounts.
If you think you've been a victim of fraud or if you suspect fraudulent activity on your account with us please report it to us immediately.
03450 50 50 75 (lines open Mon Fri:8am-6pm and Sat: 9am-5pm)
We may monitor or record our calls for security purposes.
You can also report this to Action fraud on 0300 123 2040 (lines open 24 hours a day).
Looking for more information
Little book of scams
A comprehensive guide on fraud prevention produced by the Metropolitan police.
Another useful guide is:
The Little Book of Cyber Scams (3.40mb).
This information is intended as a guide only, and is not exhaustive of the ways in which fraud can occur, or the ways in which you can protect your information.