Release Date: 2016-12-16
Barclays TV Advert • Barclays advertsiment • Do you really know who's emailing you? • Barclays Do you really know who's emailing you? TV Advert • Impersonation fraud has cost UK businesses £32 million (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau).
It could happen to anyone…it could happen to you.
But it’s easy to protect yourself with these simple checks:
- Check – where did the email come from?
- Think – does the request seem odd?
- Verify - with a senior colleague by phone on a trusted number
Protect yourself and your business, be fraud smart.
I'm sending an email impersonating your
boss I want you to make a payment
I know he's on holiday thanks social
media and that you won't notice that the
email address is slightly wrong precious
see your boss wants it done now i'll
send another email soon more pressure
really there's only one thing in my way
you have the power to stop me but will
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