Beware of Fraudsters and Scammers
Olympic Cash takes the security and privacy of its customers seriously. We have put together this page to inform our customers and provide guidance for those who have become a victim of fraud.
It can be hard to spot if you have become a victim of fraud sometimes. Fraudsters use all manner of tactics and will often take on a guise of a genuine business. They tend to make cold calls to you, and will try to persuade you into entering into a loan agreement which doesn’t actually exist. Schemes such as UKASH VOUCHERS are sometimes used to convince the victim to transfer funds on the basis that their loan amount will follow. Be wise and look out for these type of scams.
Note: No one from Olympic Cash will ever contact you by phone, Skype, text, post, or email and request you to send money to them or buy products from them before receiving your loan funds.
Fraudsters are skilled and use a range of techniques to convince victims to pay money up front.
If you believe you have been scammed and have transferred funds to criminals you can take immediate steps to protect yourself:
Step 1: Stop sending money
Stop sending money straight away. If they have your bank details, contact your bank immediately.
If you have given them your bank account details, tell your bank immediately.
Step 2: Report it
I you have received what you believe to be a cold call or scam call, there are many ways you can report it. The links below will be useful:
Financial Conduct Authority Information:
tel: 0800 111 6768