How we can help
Fraud and scams continue to rise in the UK, and they are becoming more and more sophisticated to try and catch us unaware. If you’ve been the victim of a scam or fraudulent activity, not only does it come with a monetary cost, but it could also have a detrimental effect on your mental health and confidence.
But remember, you’re not alone, even the most aware of us get caught out too, it can happen to anyone.
We’re here to help and support.
If you’ve been the victim of a scam or fraud, we’re on your side. If it’s had an adverse effect on your finances or mental health, we can help you get through it.
Please note, this page is written to address people who’ve been affected by fraud. However, it may also be useful for family, friends, colleagues or those close to someone who’s been the victim of scammers.
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Health and wellbeing
Many of us will experience mental or physical health difficulties at some point in our lives, which can sometimes make it difficult to deal with daily tasks and financial matters.
If you’re dealing with redundancy, bereavement or loss of capacity, we’re here to support you through whatever life throws at you.