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Fraudsters are becoming more and more sophisticated in finding ways to steal your identity and money. That’s why we’ve created this information and support page; to help build your awareness and provide advice to reduce the risk of you becoming a victim of cyber-crime.
If you suspect a fraudulent transaction on your account, you should report your concerns to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 (24 hour hotline).
You can find further information on reporting fraud here.
If you have lost your passbook, please call us as soon as you are aware on 01635 555700.
Below you can find information on ways to protect yourself from fraudsters, to the key scams to spot as well as our pledge to keep your money safe. Click the links below to find how you can put your best foot forward when it comes to securing your finances.
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