We are aware that fraudsters are sending emails that appear to be from an FCA email address or refer to the FCA in the email subject.
You should delete suspicious emails without opening them.
If you aren’t sure about an email that appears to be from the FCA you can contact us.
Fake emails reported to us
We have been contacted about emails being sent from the following addresses:
- fake emails sent from email@example.com with subject ‘FCA business update’ or ‘Blacklisted FX firms’ (9 May 2017)
- fake emails sent from firstname.lastname@example.org with subject ‘Overdue balance’ (9 May 2017)
- fake emails sent from email@example.com (21 March 2017)
- fake emails sent from firstname.lastname@example.org (5 January 2017)
- fake emails sent from email@example.com with subject ‘FCA Regulation 2017’ (16 December 2016)
More about fake FCA emails
Find out more about fake FCA emails, letters and phone calls and how to spot and avoid these scams.