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As with any financial services business, there is a risk that criminals seek to impersonate our firm and staff for their own financial gain.

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Recent update – phishing attempts

We have been made aware that phishing emails have been sent to property companies using our company name to add legitimacy to their enquiry. We can confirm this request is not linked to a request from Aberforth.

  • Emails from our firm will always end with
  • Aberforth only operate via the website

Phishing and spoofing are common tactics used by those seeking to impersonate financial services businesses. In such cases, the email addresses and websites may closely resemble the legitimate company, and/or are spoofed to appear genuine.

If you receive an unsolicited email message claiming to be from Aberforth and you are in any doubt, please complete the "get in touch" section at the bottom of our "contact us" page.

Response to a phishing attempt

If you believe you have received a communication such as the one described above, we suggest you do not reply to the email or contact the senders in any way. If you have exchanged personal information or shared banking information, we suggest you:

  • Contact your bank immediately to alert them and take steps to safeguard your account.
  • Report this to your local police.
  • Report this to Action Fraud ( or by calling 0300 123 2040.
  • Report this to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) via their website ( or by calling 0800 111 6768.
  • Alert any other financial institutions where you hold accounts.
  • If your ID (e.g. driving license and passport) have been compromised, we recommend you seek advice from the DVLA and Passport Office.