Individuals

Visit ScamSmart and use this four-step pension scams guide to find out what a pension scam looks like, how to avoid one, and what to do if you suspect a scam.

Employers
Download these posters to display in your workplace and give your employees this pension scams guide to help protect them from fraudsters.
Trustees
Find out more about how to protect your members from scammers, including a checklist taking you through what to do if a scheme member asks for a transfer.
Advisers
Read our pension scams guide to make sure you're up to speed, and share it with your clients.
Providers

Print out and include the pension scams guide in your annual member statements and transfer packs. Find out more about how to protect your members from scammers.

Further Support

If you suspect a scam report it to Action Fraud - the UK's national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre.

If you're in the middle of a transfer, contact your provider immediately and then get in touch with The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS).