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Fraudulent schemes in the form of emails are becoming more sophisticated. These unsolicited emails purport to be an investment opportunity from Old Mutual and use Old Mutual letterheads and logos.
Don't get involved in these scams no matter how enticing they seem.
You receive an unsolicited email from a criminal syndicate posing as senior government or company officials. In most cases, a lucrative investment opportunity is presented.
The fraudsters typically ask your assistance with an investment or the transfer of funds across countries. In return you are promised a sizeable commission for your effort. The scam is usually initiated by a request for personal information and an instruction to deposit money into a bank account.
There is of course no real investment opportunity and your money never goes towards paying for services or fees.
Beware! These syndicates use fraudulent means (such as fake letterheads or the spoofing of official websites) to convince you that the offer is genuine and that it is worth making payments upfront.
Should you receive communication claiming to be from a reputable financial services company or government office, look out for:
Ignore all unsolicited emails and letters. Should you receive a phone call of this nature, tell the caller that you're not interested and don't divulge any personal details.
If the email or letter is on an Old Mutual letterhead or mentions Old Mutual, call Tip-offs Anonymous:Tel: 0800 222 117.