Learn about scams in the latest newsletter from SAFER!

safer-newsletter-logoThe SAFER team have collaborated with Bradford Council and Collingwood
Learning to develop two monologues which talk through how 2 people unwittingly became fraud victims and the impact it had on them.

The latest newsletter also has information on the latest scams including HMRC Tax Rebate Scams, Solar Panel Scams and more.

Click here to read the latest edition online

The Key to SAFER communities – Latest Newsletter

safer-newsletter-logoWith Valentines Day just around the corner, fraudsters are thinking about romance and how they can make money.

The number of nuisance calls for PPI, accident claims, computer virus, double glazing etc is also on the rise but there are ways to reduce these.

The Safer Communities Newsletter has useful information including dealing with online scams and more.

Click here to read a copy online

The Key to safer communities – February newsletter

Packed with useful information including dealing with online scams and how best to avoid them, latest news on the safer project and more.

Click here to read a copy of the SAFER newsletter online

Scams and Frauds Education for over 55’s

wytsScams and frauds education is made up of FREE Interactive Workshops for Over 55’s to help raise awareness and offer guidance on the following:

  • Doorstep Crime
  • Scams and Frauds
  • Benefits for Older People

The workshops also offer information, advice and support on dealing with:

  • Nuisance calls
  • Scam mail
  • Bogus/doorstep callers
  • Financial health checks

For further information on how you can get involved please contact Rebecca on 0113 393 9814 or by email to rfinch@wyjs.org.uk

Scams and Frauds – Education for Senior Citizens

wytsDo you work with people aged over 55?

If so contact Rebecca Finch from West Yorkshire Trading Standards who will be more than happy to visit and run a FREE session on scams and fraud, which will cover:

  • Doorstep Crime
  • Scams & Frauds
  • Benefits for Older People

For further information on how to get involved contact Rebecca on 0113 393 9814 or by email to rfinch@wyjs.org.uk