The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a campaign encouraging people to get in touch if they believe they have been contacted about a potential scam or fraudulent investment.
The regulator said reporting suspected investment scams helped it act to protect consumers from fraudulent schemes and stressed the public could play a part in helping catch bogus firms. FCA reveals...
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