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FatAlan

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Received unsolicited email from Nationwide Homeserve Ltd after contractors to work on numerous rental properties in my area. (Obviously a targeted emai).
As before phone links back to Glasgow. Company incorporated in March this year with copyright on website dated 2014. Steer clear as this stinks of fraud as per previous threads.
 
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Received unsolicited email from Nationwide Homeserve Ltd after contractors to work on numerous rental properties in my area. (Obviously a targeted emai).
As before phone links back to Glasgow. Company incorporated in March this year with copyright on website dated 2014. Steer clear as this stinks of fraud as per previous threads.
Fat alan do you know these guys?
What is their history?
Have they scammed in the past?

Do you hve links to previous threads?
 
hi, unfortunately we have got caught out by this company, can anybody provide any advice on what to do next, we have paid the deposit and received some training but since then it has gone quiet.

thanks
 
hi, unfortunately we have got caught out by this company, can anybody provide any advice on what to do next, we have paid the deposit and received some training but since then it has gone quiet.

thanks
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PM me if you require any info.

Create action fraud report as soon as possible qouting references from previous reports
 
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Create action fraud report as soon as possible qouting references from previous reports
Why can you not just put the information online to the forum? If it's truthful and legal, there can't be any lash back.

Also, just seems suspicious to me putting mobile numbers directly to the site.
 
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Why can you not just put the information online to the forum? If it's truthful and legal, there can't be any lash back.

Also, just seems suspicious to me putting mobile numbers directly to the site.
Why can you not just put the information online to the forum? If it's truthful and legal, there can't be any lash back.

Also, just seems suspicious to me putting mobile numbers directly to the site.
Give me a call pall and i will tell you
 
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Bobster

I've no reason to call you. Not had any dealings with this company, an my field of work is wildly outside it's scope.
 
@PlumberB I have deleted your phone number this is a public forum and it is not a great idea to publicise your phone number.
 

FatAlan

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People’s involvement with this company and previous guises may vary slightly from individual to individual. It would not be appropriate to post the exact details of each incident on a public forum especially if criminal proceedings result. A coordinated approach via Action Fraud may get a better response from LEA’s which should be the aim of this. Even for those with historic involvement. If folks want to chew things over keep it private.
 

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@PlumberB , if you have information on this company, that is readily available on the internet then why not just put the link up to it.. and maybe a screen shot.
 
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