Industry experts on protecting customers from scams
In our final guest blog for Scam Awareness Month, Louise Baxter, Scams Team Manager at National Trading Standards explains how you can protect yourself from doorstep crime.
Marilyn Baldwin OBE, Founder of Think Jessica, recounts how she came to care about postal scams and explains how consumers can be scam aware.
In our second guest blog for Scams Awareness Month Tim Mitchell from Get Safe Online explains how banks and consumer groups work together to keep customers safe.
In the first of a series of guest blogs to mark Scams Awareness Month, Laura Jamieson, Policy and Improvement Manager at the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities, writes here on the type of phone scams that exist and what consumers can do about them.
The event explored today’s ‘always on’ world and the pressure Scots face as they struggle to balance life inside and outside of work.
Primary school children in Currie, Edinburgh put on their detective hats last week to learn more about fraud and scams thanks to the Royal Bank of Scotland MoneySense programme. Les Matheson, CEO of Personal Banking, tells us why it’s so important to financially educate young people.
New card features are being rolled out from today with all cards having a notch and raised dots.