Beware of Fraudsters and Scammers
Cash Call is serious about the safety and privacy of our customers. This page is provided to help our customers and provide guidance if you think you may have become a victim of fraud.
Fraud is often difficult to recognise. Some fraudsters take the name of real companies and pose as them making cold calls to their victims promising fake loan deals.
Often scammers prey on victims by convincing them to part with the cash through voucher schemes like UKASH VOUCHERS on the promise that a loan will follow. Be aware of these types of scams.
Note: No one from Cash Call or any financial partner relations – including lenders – will ever contact you by phone, Skype, text, post, or email and request you to send money to them or buy products from them prior to receiving your loan funds.
Fraudsters are highly skilled at persuading their targets to part with their money and will use any means necessary.
If you think you have been contacted about a scam or have paid money to fraudsters there are steps you can take to protect yourself.
Step 1: Stop sending money
If you suspect you have fallen victim to a scam stop sending money and inform your bank immediately if they have your details.
Step 2: Report it
Use the links below to report any cold-callers you suspect were trying to scam you.
Financial Conduct Authority Information:
tel: 0800 111 6768