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20th July 2021

Scam Protection Checklist

We’ve created two scams protection checklists to guide you through being able to spot scams and put settings in place to reduce the risk of a fraudster targeting you.

If you answer yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance it may be a scam.

20th July 2021

Investment Scams

Investment scams
If you come across an interesting investment opportunity via a search engine or online advert, how can you tell whether it’s genuine or not? Just entering your email address and phone number on rogue investment sites could leave you facing a barrage of cold calls and unsolicited emails.

In this video, we explain what checks you can carry out to ensure an investment site or firm is legitimate or a clone and how to stay one step ahead of fraudsters.

20th July 2021

Sling your Hook campaign to tackle scams - get behind the psychology of scammers.

We are excited to tell you more about our SLING YOUR HOOK campaign running throughout July to help tackle scams

The campaign taps into the psychology that scammers use to hook people in, helping you stay one step ahead and protect yourself and your loved ones against the increasing variety of scams happening every day. 


We are delivering a series of scams awareness online talks in partnership with the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU), the National Trading Standards Scams Team (NTSST) and Avast.

Anyone can attend, but we are now running waiting lists only for all the webinars apart from one! Last week we ran an online talk on ‘Exploring the psychology behind scams and how scammers are so effective at their crimes’. It was so popular we have decided to re-run it on 27th July, 5pm.  Click here to book your place. Please note – this event will not be recorded.

23rd June 2021

Speak up Sutton

Speak up Sutton aims to provide a voice for people with learning disabilities and difficulties on various issues that impact them. Members are aged 18+. Hearing the voices of people with learning disabilities and difficulties on issues that impact their lives is incredibly important, and as an organisation we want to make sure they are involved in the decision making process.

To hear about how important speak up groups are to our members, please see our video, where we asked the question “Why Speak Up?”

If you wish to find out more about this group, please look at this poster for further information.

23rd June 2021

How to become a Domestic Abuse Community Ambassador?

Please find attached the Ask Me project flyer for anyone interested in becoming a Community Ambassador.