Here are five tips to spot a scam
1. Contacted out of the blue? If you’re not convinced by a caller’s identity, hang up.
2. Too good to be true? Scams often promise high returns for little financial commitment.
3. Asked to share personal details? Never share your details with someone you don’t know.
4. Pressured to respond quickly? Scammers will try to rush your decision – don’t proceed unless you’re absolutely certain your money will be safe.
5. Spelling mistakes? Scammers can use bad grammar and spelling to ensure only the most vulnerable respond to their messages.
Read more tips on how to spot a scam. And if you’ve spied one, see how to report scams .
and yes, the above link is to Neill's company page on Facebook ...
I have been given this link by another company that is owed £13000 and is currently in the process of taking them to court. I am owed £11,000 but have received £5000 to date, although payments have ceased.
I am in the process of liaising with the latest solicitor TonnerJohns which will cost them every time I message them
Named person on the original