Whether it’s £10 or £10,000 avoid scams and fraud – and keep your money safe.
Check these 3 things before you move any money.
If someone's trying to panic you into sending money, it's a scam. Even if it's someone you know, double-check.
If an offer seems too good to be true, be suspicious.
Each time you spend money online, ask yourself ‘Could this be a scam?
We'll help you recognise whether it's really us or not.
If someone calls saying your money’s not safe and tells you to move it into a ‘safe’ bank account, it’s a scam.
If anyone calls asking for your PIN, it's a scam. TSB will never ask you for your PIN.
If you get a call asking for your full Password or memorable information, it’s a scam.
If you call us, we may ask you for certain characters from your memorable information to verify your identity
Think it’s a fake email?
Don’t reply or click on anything – forward the details to email@example.com and we’ll take it from there.
Think it’s a fake message?
Don’t reply or click on anything. Forward the text message to 7726 to report it to Ofcom as a scam.
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Action Fraud offers practical advice on how to spot scams and how to protect yourself.
Try this quiz from the Take Five campaign.
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