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It’s a fact of life fraudsters are always on the lookout for new ways to steal people’s money. They might try to do this by hacking into someone’s computer or attempt to trick people into giving up their personal information over the phone or via an email. They might be after a range of details, from a person’s bank account, investment account, credit cards, passwords, and other private financial information.

Please be assured that our security processes at AdviceFirst put your safety first:
– We would never ask for your bank account details over the phone. If you receive a call requesting this information, please contact us.
– We only pay into a certified account that has been confirmed with you.
– We record your requests and confirm your requirements with you before arranging any transactions.

We strongly remind you to protect your private financial information to thwart scammers.
If you detect something suspicious or are in any doubt, please be sure to call us so we can help.

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Advisers are available on request and free of charge.