CSSC London Green Message – NFIB Fraud alert

Online Marketplace Fraudster – The NFIB has identified a fraudulent trend whereby fraudsters are posing as online job agents and are recruiting unsuspecting job seekers, using their bank/personal online accounts in order to transfer fraudulent money into various accounts.

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: https://www.surveymonkey.com/ r/FeedbackSDU. 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 NFIBOutputs@cityoflondon.pnn. police.uk. You may also use this address to unsubscribe from our alerts.

To help prevent your to counter fraud and/or to obtain details of our available courses, please contact the City of London Police Economic Crime Academy via our website http://academy.cityoflondon. police.uk, or you can view our latest prospectus on http://academy.cityoflondon. police.uk/images/prospectus

National Fraud Intelligence Bureau

Economic Crime Directorate

City of London Police

p: 020 7601 6875

e: NFIBOutputs@cityoflondon.pnn. police.uk

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Economic Crime Academy

City of London Police

p: 020 7601 6846

e: academy@cityoflondon.pnn. police.uk

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