Keeping You Safe
What you can do if you think you’re a victim of fraud
What you can do if think you’re a victim of fraud
Remember it’s always better to err on the side of caution and if you’re uneasy about a communication you’ve received, or have some questions about it, it’s a good idea to verify its authenticity.
Do not engage in any further communication whether by email, phone or text.
With incidents of fraud on the increase, it is vital that you safeguard your personal and financial information. Fraudsters try to appear as legitimate as possible, so it's important to be vigilant and stay alert to anything suspicious. If you are ever in any doubt about whether a communication from Davy UK is genuine, please contact us on +44 2890 310655 or email email@example.com. You can find out more about how to avoid investment and pension scams; and you can check and search the Financial Conduct Authority’s Warning List of firms that they know are operating without authorisation at https://www.fca.org.uk/scamsmart
Davy UK staff will never ask you for your username or password over the phone, and if you receive such a request please notify Davy UK at +44 2890 310655.
We only use @davy.ie email addresses to engage with you.
If you are ever in doubt about whether a communication from Davy UK is genuine please contact us on +44 2890 310655.