See the Take Five campaign brought to life in our range of videos.
We’ve received hundreds of reports about these fake Microsoft emails. Don’t take the bait! The links lead to a convincing site that is designed to steal your Microsoft login details 🎣🎣 #PhishyFridays pic.twitter.com/hY200YrNag
⚠️ALERT: Watch out for flight ticket fraudsters! ✈️ They are using NEW tactics to take off with your cash. We've received over 100 reports with victims reporting a total loss of £98,043! Read full story: actionfraud.police.uk/alert/d… pic.twitter.com/1kQSe3XspZ
Fantastic #JoinTheFight conference from @SuffolkTS & @NorfolkCCTS Real innovative methods used to educate us, including speed dating, where we learnt about the great work going on locally, & a drama piece highlighting #romancescams Thanks to @AskLloydsBank for the invite. pic.twitter.com/bloLZRgw0r
Online dating can be a wonderful way to find love. It's also a way for heartless fraudsters to scam you. Reports made to @actionfrauduk reveal over £50 million was lost to romance fraud in 2018. Spot the signs of a Romance scam: bit.ly/2M2MhpV #ValentinesDay #fauxmance pic.twitter.com/lFpOc10KPp
Take Five is a national campaign that offers straight-forward and impartial advice to help everyone protect themselves from preventable financial fraud. This includes email deception and phone-based scams as well as online fraud – particularly where criminals impersonate trusted organisations. Led by Financial Fraud Action UK (part of UK Finance) and backed by Her Majesty’s Government, it is being delivered with and through a range of partners in the UK payments industry, financial services firms, law enforcement agencies, telecommunication providers, commercial, public and third sector organisations.
© 2017 Financial Fraud Action UK.