UK Finance

Financial Fraud Action UK is now integrated into UK Finance

From 1 July 2017, the finance and banking industry operating in the UK is represented by a new trade association, UK Finance. It represents around 300 firms in the UK providing credit, banking, markets and payment-related services. The new organisation takes on most of the activities previously carried out by the Asset Based Finance Association, the British Bankers' Association, the Council of Mortgage Lenders, Financial Fraud Action UK, Payments UK and the UK Cards Association.

Please go to www.ukfinance.org.uk for new content and updates from UK Finance.

Financial Fraud Action UK will continue to operate under UK Finance and this website will continue to be updated with relevant material.

Consumers

Consumers

Clear information and advice to help you protect yourself from fraud.

Businesses

Businesses

Helpful guidance to enable you to protect you and your customers from fraud.

Police

Police

Information and guidelines to assist you in the fight against fraud.

Latest News

Friday November 16th

London fraudster brothers sentenced for £6,000 scam

Two brothers from East London were sentenced yesterday at Inner London Crown Court after committing £6,000 of fraud.

Thursday October 25th

London card fraudster sentenced for hotel scam

A fraudster from Bexley, London has been sentenced at the Old Bailey today, after being arrested while staying at a hotel paid for with stolen card details.

Tuesday October 16th

Cheque fraudsters involved in £1.8M scam jailed after being extradited to UK

A fraudster involved in a £1.8m scam who skipped bail and fled the UK has been sentenced to five years imprisonment at the Old Bailey, following an operation led by the Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU).

Friday September 28th

Stockport fraudster jailed for two years

A Stockport-based plumbing merchant has been sentenced to two years in prison today at Manchester Crown Court, after being found guilty of using stolen card details to commit over £75,000 worth of fraud.