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Scams Awareness Fortnight

Our annual Scams Awareness campaign aims to create a network of confident, alert consumers who know what to do when they spot a scam. This year's campaign took place from the 14 - 27 June.

If you're looking for advice and support on scams please visit our online advice pages.

Your efforts during the Scams Awareness campaign are important, whether you’re an individual consumer looking to protect yourself and your family from scams, or an organisation or group representing consumers.

Protecting people against scams is more important than ever. Many people are facing issues as a result of the coronavirus pandemic - from employment and debt, to housing and health - meaning more people are in vulnerable situations. Scammers are taking advantage of this, so it's vital people have the knowledge and tools they need to protect themselves.

Help us spread the message that scams are crimes that can happen to anyone and that we can all take a stand to help stop them. There are actions we can all take to report them, share stories and raise awareness of scams to safeguard ourselves and others.

If you have any campaign enquiries please email campaigns@citizensadvice.org.uk.

Resources for campaigners

While this year's campaign has now finished, you can still raise awareness of scams all year around! The 2021 materials continue to be available on our resources page for reference, and include posters, leaflets and a social media pack. There are also links to resources from our partners. 

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Our partners

Citizens Advice runs the Scams Awareness campaign in close collaboration with the Consumer Protection Partnership. This brings together key partners in the consumer landscape to identify, prioritise and coordinate collective action to tackle detriment.

Partners include Trading Standards service and the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

If you have any campaign enquiries please email campaigns@citizensadvice.org.uk.

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