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It is one of the fastest growing crimes in the UK and anyone is at risk.
If you feel you have been a victim of identity theft please call 0800 0151 290 alternatively you can contact us via secure webmail, in My Account.
Should you receive a suspicious email claiming to have been sent by us, you can forward it to [email protected] we can check its validity.
If it’s a phishing email we’ll investigate further.
You may receive emails claiming to have been sent by us with subjects such as: ‘Your account has been suspended’ or ‘Online account expired?
’ Usually, these emails have not been sent by us and are actually forged.
(You can add a phone number/post code if it’s missing in ‘My Details’ at any time).
Destroy documents such as bank and other credit statements, household bills and receipts that may show your name, or other personal details.
When forwarding suspicious emails, please don’t change the subject in the email as this can be useful to us.
If possible, please attach the email to a new email and submit it to us.
If you chose not to receive PDF emails we’ll just email you to let you know we’ve put a letter in ‘My Account’ for you to view.
The letters will come from Very and you’ll see the email address displayed as [email protected]
The links in these emails usually direct you to a fake login page, which looks exactly like the real login page.