What if I get a suspicious looking email?

If you suspect an email is not from us, don't click on any links it contains or open any accompanying attachments. Instead, please forward it to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

We take these matters very seriously and will fully investigate the email in question.

General hoax emails may suggest that you have been named as a beneficiary in someone’s will and that you must send your personal details in order to claim your ‘inheritance’. They may ask you to make contact via phone numbers, fax numbers or e-mail addresses that are different from ours. You can check our phone and fax numbers on our website.

What to do?

Forward suspicious emails to:
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