London Green Message – 3 NFIB Alerts – 30 July 2017

Please find attached the following:  
Download Health and Fire Safety Bogus Traders Alert – The NFIB has identified a fraudulent trend whereby fraudsters are posing as council officials or professional within the health and fire safety industry, citing the Grenfell Tower fire, claiming to offer services or goods that do not exist.
Download Seminar Attendee Alert The NFIB has identified a method a method utilised by fraudsters to attract potential victims into various investment fraud schemes by using Seminars to gather personal information and then target victims with fraudulent investment opportunities.
Download Fake, Inactive & Recycled Companies Alert – The NFIB has received information regarding fraudsters who are using fake company/business names, or dormant company names, when considering committing certain types of fraud.
Please note that a link to the NFIB’s feedback survey can be found at the end of every alert, or you can access it here: The survey is only 3 questions long and should take no more than 2 minutes to complete. We would appreciate it if you would take a moment to let us know if an alert was particularly useful, or if you have any suggestions for improvement. If you have been forwarded this email and wish to be added to the distribution list for fraud alerts, please contact You may also use this address to unsubscribe from our alerts.
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