Other scams | Royal Bank of Scotland

Telltale signs

A scam will usually offer you something for nothing, when you have had no previous correspondence or involvement.
You may notice poor spelling and grammar.
There will often be a PO box number in the contact address.
The scam may involve payment being made to an unconnected party in a different country.
You get an 'opportunity' to earn easy money in exchange for an up-front cash fee and perhaps your account details. 

Help and Advice

The Office of Fair Trading and Action Fraud provide more information on business scams and how to protect your business.

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