Virus & Scams

Take Five to Stop Fraud – Are you Scam-Savvy?

Take Five To Stop Fraud is a website commissioned by UK Finance and HM Government, and is there to advise people against the dangers of scammers. They also have the duty of keeping the general public updated with safety information, as criminal’s tricks are ever-changing.

There is a test on the website called Are you Scam-Savvy? which assesses your ability to point out scams.

Take Five To Stop Fraud

If you are anyone you know is vulnerable to being scammed, please recommend this test to them.

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What can you do if you’ve been scammed?

If you have fallen victim to a phishing scam, phone scam, or smishing scam, your personal details are at risk. Please do not fall victim to these scams and stay safe.

ActionFraud - National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre - Call 0300 123 2040

If you receive a scam of any kind, by email, SMS, or any other means of scam, please report it to, all information sent to ActionFraud is sent to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau for investigation.

If you’ve been scammed and your computer has been breached/hacked into, please phone 01329 535 001, email [email protected] or visit our site (location at bottom of the website) and we will fix your issue. Stay safe.

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