We're helping you to keep your money safe
We know keeping your money secure is important to you – and to us too. And while things have changed recently, protecting you from fraud remains a top priority for us.
You can now report if you've seen or heard anything suspicious that appears to be coming from us or relates to any of our products – and we'll look into it for you.
And to help you protect yourself, we've also put together handy tips and practical advice on what to look for to keep your money and savings secure.
Beware of fake bond and ISA sites
See some of the fake websites to be wary of that are pretending to be us.
Steer clear of ghost brokers selling fake car insurance
Buying fake car insurance could mean you’re not covered, should the worst happen.
Contacted by a fraudster or fallen victim to a scam?
Report this to us right away. We'll take it from here and let you know what you need to do to stay safe.
Stay a step – or two – ahead of the criminals
Here's how to spot a romance scam
Being able to tell a romance scam could save you a lot more than just heartache.
Is that number really for your car insurer?
If you search your insurer's number after an accident, be sure you're really calling them.
Are you speaking to an insurance scammer?
Protect yourself by learning what an insurance scammer might say to lure you in.
Your family’s guide to staying safe online
See our top tips on keeping your family – young and old – safe in the digital world.
How to spot fraud to stop fraud
Learn the telltale signs of a fraudster and what threats look out for to keep your money safe
Learn how to avoid being scammed
A few simple things you can to make things harder for fraudsters – and protect your money.