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Norfolk Against Scams Partnership (NASP)

Help make Norfolk a scam free county. The NASP is positive opportunity to bring together all organisations, services, businesses, charities or community groups who can play a role in protecting the public, businesses or customers from scams and fraud. The NASP now has 53 partners working to raise awareness of scams, doorstep crime and fraud to the Norfolk community. 

NASP partners are asked to sign the NASP Charter and will work together to create an action plan to deliver its aims.

All partners big or small can help. Please get your organisations to sign up today.

Find out more about NASP

National Trading Standards Scams Team

The National Trading Standards Scams Team (NTSST) have produced a social media pack alongside their press release and a letter template on Coronavirus scams. 

Please share this material (including the infographic) that has been designed on how to protect yourself and others from coronavirus scams.

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Read more about NTSST here

Friends Against Scams

Friends Against Scams (FAS) is a National Trading Standards scams team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams.  The initiative has been running for four years and over half a million people have already completed the free scams awareness session.

Friends Against Scams website

Norfolk Scams Prevention Service (NSPS)

The Norfolk Scams Prevention Service (NSPS) is a FREE and confidential support service available to anyone affected by scams and fraud. NSPS is fully operational at the moment. If you live in Norfolk and have been targeted by a scam, they can help. If you would like support after being the victim of a fraud, then contact the Norfolk Scams Prevention Service on 0300 303 3706. Alternatively, you can email nsvictimcare@victimsupport.org.uk.

More information from Norfolk PCC

Coronavirus scam alert

The Financial Conduct Authority has issued warnings over a surge of coronavirus-related scams. It is urging people not to respond to unsolicited phone calls and emails.

Find out more about Action Fraud