Important notice for TalkTalk customers

Following public announcements from TalkTalk about an attack on their website, we’re aware of a potential security breach of their customer’s details.  

The following advice will help protect you from financial fraud:

  • Never allow anyone remote access to your computer
  • Never reveal your security details to anyone such as your PIN, full password or passcode, security or registration number
  • Never reply to emails asking for personal or security information
  • Never make payments where an unknown person has asked you to do so. We’ll never ask you to move money from your account
  • Monitor your accounts for unusual activity and report anything suspicious to us immediately.

Click here for more information on how to protect yourself from fraud.

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