This week we’ll be supporting Which?’s wider work around scams by publishing new alerts, experiences and guest contributions every day.
Our free scam alert service has come a long way since its launch last April. What was a brand new initiative in early 2020 has become a key Which? communication with nearly 100,000 people registered to receive them.
As fraudsters continue to bombard the UK public and ruthlessly exploit the pandemic, it’s now time to take the scam alert service further, reaching and helping even more people.
Which? Conversation has been a huge part of its journey, providing a lot of the alerts that are sent out every week and helping to warn thousands of people about the latest phishing emails, fake websites, texts and cold calls that are doing the rounds.
This week Which? will be spreading the word about the scam alert service across its channels – but our regular updates can help fight fraud and ensure our members and the public are always one step ahead.
If you’re not already receiving them you can register for free here:
To support the activity this week, Which? Conversation is having a ‘scams takeover’ of sorts – we’ll be publishing new alerts, guest contributions and hearing directly from victims every day.
With your help raising awareness by sharing these alerts with friends and family we can continue to fight back against the fraudsters and prevent phishing emails, fake texts, cold calls and other types of fraud from having the impact they set out to.
Thank you for your support!