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How to spot a scam

As any financial organisation grows, scammers may impersonate the company, like Creditspring, to steal money. Scams are everywhere. Here's how to avoid them.
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Let's start with the most important question...

How do you know what's real and what's fake?

We’ll never ask you to share your account password or bank details via email or over the phone. We don't charge for eligibility and affordability checks, and we don't require an upfront fee in exchange for your loan.

How are scammers impersonating Creditspring?

Different scammers have been posing as Creditspring in order to steal money from potential and existing members. If you receive an email asking you to provide your account password or bank details, do not respond. These are scammers pretending to be Creditspring. Some fraudsters have been operating under 'Creditsprings' and 'Credit Spring'.

What should I do if I've been scammed?

If you have any questions, or think you may have been the target of a scam, contact your bank immediately.

Visit Take Five for more information on protecting yourself from financial fraud. They offer straight-forward, impartial advice that helps prevent email, phone-based and online fraud.

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