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  1. Fake Government Grants Fraud Alert (Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau))
    Individuals and businesses are being warned to watch out for cold calls and online contact from fraudsters who are offering victims the opportunity to apply for Government grants for an advance fee.   To make the grants look legitimate fraudsters have set up bogus companies and convincing looking websites that claim to be operating on behalf of the UK Government.   Fraudsters cold call businesses and individuals offering the grant and if they’re interested direct...
  2. System Admin Update New Email Layout (System Administrators)
    Dear {FIRST_NAME} This is a message on behalf of myself and the team from Neighbourhood Alert. We are the System Administrators of {WEBSITE_LINK} and provide this secure community messaging system on behalf of 25 UK Police forces. We are all incredibly proud of the service we provide and the difference it is making in supporting thousands of Police, Fire & Rescue Service and other public service staff in their mission to keep you safe and reduce crime. This is a special thank you...
  3. System Admin Update New Email Layout (System Administrators)
    Dear {FIRST_NAME} This is a message on behalf of myself and the team from Neighbourhood Alert. We are the System Administrators of and provide this secure community messaging system for you on behalf of 25 UK Police forces. We are all incredibly proud of the service we provide and the difference it is making in supporting thousands of Police, Fire & Rescue Service and other public service staff in their mission to keep you safe and reduce crime. This is a special thank you to them...
  4. Farmers Grant Fraud Alert (Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau))
    Farmers Grant Fraud Alert Payment Diversion Fraud The purpose of this alert is to provide knowledge and prevention advice to farmers in order to protect themselves from falling victim to ‘Payment Diversion Fraud’. CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) payments are expected to be paid to farmers in December 2017. Information on last year’s payments are easily obtained via the government website allowing fraudsters to know when and how much potential targets will receive....

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Thursday, December 14, 2017