Fraud and Cyber Crime

To report fraud, attempted fraud or cyber crime and receive a police crime reference number


Report a phishing attempt

Report phishing campaigns where you have not lost any money or exposed your personal details.

Report a phishing attempt

Report Fraud and Cyber Crime

24/7 live cyber reporting for businesses

Find out how to contact us 24/7 to report a live cyber attack that is affecting your businesses, charity or organisation

Business Reporting Tool

The Business Reporting Tool enables companies to report multiple instances of fraud and internet crime more efficiently.

How to update my fraud report?

If you would like to add any additional information to an online fraud report you had made previously, please follow these steps.

Who reports fraud to us

Frauds committed in the UK will be reported to Action Fraud; from Individuals up to larger corporations and financial Institutions. Find out more...

Reporting fraud and cyber crime

Find out more about reporting fraud to Action Fraud, including how to report fraud, what we do with your information and why it's so important to report fraud.

Scam emails

Help disrupt fraudsters by reporting scam emails that you receive. The reports received by Action Fraud will be forwarded to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau run by the City of London Police for collation and analysis.

Information reports

Action Fraud can take fraud information reports from you if you have been in a situation where fraud could have occurred but didn’t.

Other languages

If you don’t speak English, or if English is not your first language, we run a service for you to make your fraud report in your language.

Why contact Action Fraud?

As the UK’s national fraud reporting centre, Action Fraud should be your first point of contact if you have been a victim of fraud.