Sands Wealth Management are now launching a fraud advice service. We will be running seminars and workshops to help advise you on how to spot fraudulent emails, and how to protect yourself from both online and traditional fraud.

You will be able to contact us for advice at any time should you receive a questionable email, letter or phone call. Your personal Fraud Adviser is Katherine Sands – you can contact her using the details below.

To sign up for our complimentary Fraud Advice Newsletter, please complete the following form. Our Fraud Advice team will then keep you informed on a regular basis of new scams as they occur and current fraudulent activities that we feel you should be aware of. The newsletter will also tell you how you can protect yourself and how to recognise these scams.

These emails will be sent from . Your details will never be passed on and you may cancel this service at any time.

Subscribe to our Fraud Advice Newsletter

The Partner together with St. James’s Place Wealth Management plc are the data controllers of any personal data you provide to us. For further information on our uses of your personal data, please see the Partner’s Privacy Policy or the St. James’s Place Privacy Policy.

Fraud Resources

This list contains useful, recommended websites and resources that will help you protect yourself from fraud.

03444 111 444 –
Call for advice regarding all aspects of fraud
0207 291 3310 –
Register to stop unsolicited (junk) mail
0345 070 0707 –
Register to stop unsolicited sales or marketing calls
0300 123 2040 –
Keep up to date with the latest scams and use to report all types of fraud
Vodafone: Forward the text to 87726
All other providers: Forward the text to 7726
You may get an automated response thanking you for the report and providing further instructions if needed.
Check that a company is genuine and on the register
Check your credit report for suspicious activity
Check whether your email address is associated with any data breaches
Check whether your password has been found within any hacker databases
Sign up for text or email alerts regarding scams in your area, as they happen
Follow the North Yorkshire Police Facebook page to stay up to date on
local crimes and advice