How to protect yourself from fraud.

How to protect yourself from fraud.

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We would like to alert you that Brown Shipley has been informed of attempted frauds being perpetrated using the Brown Shipley name, relating to the opening of high interest deposit accounts.  The fraudulent activity links to a domain with an associated email address of

This domain and the associated email address have not been registered by Brown Shipley, are not legitimate and are linked to fraudulent activity.  Brown Shipley is taking necessary steps to have the domain and associated email deactivated.  It is possible that fraudsters may attempt to contact you using this domain, so we ask that you remain vigilant. Other domains that may be being used illegitimately include or

Brown Shipley’s genuine email and website addresses are detailed below for your reference:

For further support, take a look at our ‘How to protect yourself from fraud’ guide, which provides examples of fraudulent activity and useful tips on how to keep safe.  We would encourage you to familiarise yourself with this guide.

If you have any questions or queries, please contact your usual Brown Shipley Adviser or if you suspect that you have become a victim of fraud or attempted fraud, please contact Brown Shipley immediately on: 0800 916 6911* or email our dedicated fraud mailbox at:

Fiona Woodhouse
Chief Risk Officer

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