Fraud Resources

Fraud Awareness information for consumers

Be Resourceful, Get Educated and Stop Fraud

Keep informed and stay protected. The more information you have, the better you can shield yourself against criminals. Report fraud, stay updated on the latest scams, and learn how to detect con artists with the resources offered through these websites.

Action Fraud | visit site

Action Fraud is the UK's national fraud and internet crime reporting centre and it provides a central point of contact for information about fraud and financially motivated internet crime. If you've been scammed, there is something you can do about it - get in touch with Action Fraud. The service is run by the National Fraud Authority – the government agency that helps to co-ordinate the fight against fraud in the UK. Action Fraud works with partners in law enforcement - the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, run by the City of London Police - to make sure your fraud reports reach the right place.

Citizens Advice | visit site

The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice, and by influencing policymakers. The service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.

National Crime Agency | visit site

The National Crime Agency works with the counter-fraud community to make fraud more difficult to commit in and against the UK. The National Crime Agency also leads the implementation of the 'Fighting fraud together' campaign.

National Fraud Intelligence Bureau | visit site

The NFIB is one of the most advanced police intelligence systems in the world, using millions of reports of fraud to help catch serial fraudsters and provide a better picture of the nature of fraud. The Bureau is government-funded and run by the City of London Police, which is the National Lead Force for fraud, in partnership with police forces and the public and private sector.


Report it. You can help us and, in the process, help others from getting scammed in the future.

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