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Your security is our priority

Fraudsters are often articulate and knowledgeable, using sophisticated techniques to impersonate companies and research their targets. By making their scams look like genuine investment opportunities they can trick you in to handing over sensitive financial information or even money.

 Some examples include:

  • setting up bogus websites using their name or logo
  • sending a ‘cloned’ email
  • setting up fraudulent bank accounts

What to look out for

Watch our 3 minute video which tells you how firm impersonation works and how you can avoid being scammed.

  • stop - take a moment to pause and reflect before parting with your money.
  • challenge - question any suspicious motives using our tips.
  • protect - stay vigilant and report all suspicions to help keep yourself and others safe.

Think you’ve been targeted? Report it now

If you believe you’ve been targeted by online scammers impersonating any of Quilter’s brands or want to check the validity of a Quilter business, please report it now.

Report it now

UK investors

Fraudsters sometimes claim to be from legitimate firms authorised by the FCA. Find out on the FCA website how to protect yourself and what to do if you are scammed.

You may also want to read the FCA’s pension scams leaflet, which is part of the FCA’s wider ScamSmart campaign: www.fca.org.uk/scamsmart