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Phishing email – Garden Court Chambers

24th August 2010

Members of the public are being emailed by fraudsters pretending to be from Garden Court Chambers, asking for personal or bank details.

The latest versions of these fraudulent emails include rubber ink stamps and seals which look official. The fraudsters may even use email addresses using names of Garden Court barristers.

Don’t respond to bogus emails

Anyone who receives an email purporting to be from Garden Court Chambers asking for personal or bank details should delete it. Nobody from Garden Court Chambers will ever contact members of the public asking for these details, and do not work in partnership with anyone who would.

Anyone who has lost money to a scam like this should report it to Action Fraud.

Read more about the Garden Court Chambers scam on the Garden Court Chambers website.

Please note: Action Fraud is not responsible for the content on external websites.

To report a fraud, call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or use our online fraud reporting tool.

See also: 
Phishing remains a threat
Online fraud
Bank account fraud