Stop! Think Fraud

Stop! Think Fraud Providing you with the knowledge and tool you need to stay ahead of scams.

Fraudsters aren't fussy. They will target anyone.

Nobody is immune from fraud. The criminals behind it target people online and in their homes, often using social engineering techniques on their victims to steal money or personal information.

However, there are steps that you can take to not fall victim to scammers. One of the key steps to take is to stay vigilant and always taking a moment to stop, think and check when you receive a text message, email, phone call or social media post that doesn't seem right. By doing this you can help protect yourself and others from fraud. 

Did you know?

4,671 fraud offences were reported by Action Fraud from April 22 - March 23

Source: PSNI, Annual Trends in Police recorded crime 1998/99 to 2022/23 (published 24 November 2023)

Are you at risk?

What is the risk of fraud happening to you? Click here to find out why anybody can become a victim of fraud and why everyone should take steps to protect themselves.

How to spot fraud

Learn how to spot the tactics and techniques commonly used by fraudsters, to help reduce your risk of becoming a victim.

Protect yourself from fraud

Click here to find out what you can do to help protect yourself, loved ones and business from fraud.

Recovery from fraud

Learn how to access practical advice & support and what steps you ca take if you have lost money or data.

Reporting Fraud

If you have been a victim of fraud, report it now by clicking here