What to do if you fear you are the victim of a scam
Nothing is more important to Cash 4 Loans than the safety of our customers. Please read this page to find out more about how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud.
Fraudsters are highly skilled at tricking people to part with money – and they are often difficult to spot. One common scam is to use the names of trusted companies and pose as their employees. Victims have often fallen foul of scams by agreeing to part with cash through voucher schemes like UKASH VOUCHERS where they are promised their loan will follow. Be aware of these types of scams.
PLEASE NOTE: No one from Cash 4 Loans or any of our lending partners, or the brokers we work with will ever contact you by phone, Skype, text, post, or email and request you to send money to them or buy products from them prior to receiving your loan funds.
If you think you have been contacted about a scam or have paid money to fraudsters there are steps you can take to protect yourself.
Step 1: Stop sending cash
If you are worried you have been the victim of a scam stop sending money to the firm and individuals involved straight away.
Inform your bank straight away if you have handed out your bank details.
Step 2: Report it
If you have been cold-called and suspect it was a scam, you should report it via the links below:
Financial Conduct Authority Information:
tel: 0800 111 6768