Terence has over 35 years' experience in the Financial Services environment, covering general insurance, investments and mortgages.
It has been drawn to our attention that fake emails are being circulated which appear to be from the FCA.
The email appears to have been sent from FCAfees@fca.org.uk (which is, in fact, a genuine email address) informing the recipient of an overdue balance.
The FCA has confirmed that this email is not genuine and has not been sent from them.
If you do receive this we advise that you do not open the email or the attachment, or click on the links within the email and that you delete it immediately.
If in any doubt, please contact the FCA.
As the FCA has just finished the 2017 invoicing exercise, it may be a worthwhile exercise for you to check that all your fees are up to date, to ensure that you do not miss anything from the Regulator which may be genuine.
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