Fraud attempts can often involve a criminal trying to impersonate someone who works for a trusted organisation, such as FSCS, to get your personal financial details.
If you are suspicious about any email, text message or phone call from someone claiming to be from FSCS, please don’t give out any personal financial information.
FSCS will never ask customers for money or fees to make a claim for compensation, because it’s a free service.
Official FSCS emails end with @fscs.org.uk. Emails with a different ending such as @zoho.com are not from FSCS.
Think you’ve been the victim of fraud? Here’s what to do: