Insurance · 3 April 2018

don’t be a victim of insolvency service? telephone scam

People have been receiving telephone messages to make unscheduled and unnecessary calls to the insolvency service.
The government warns the public not to fall for a telephone scam which asks you to make unnecessary and premium-rate calls to the insolvency’service.

The insolvency service is an executive agency of the department for business, energy and industrial strategy.

Members of the public have been receiving telephone messages to make unscheduled and unnecessary calls to the insolvency service.

The website behind the dodgy calls provides direct telephone numbers of businesses in the UK but when used and will cost the caller a lot of money.

The scam appears to be instigated by a foreign website based outside of the UK called helplinecall.com.


 
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