Fraudsters are impersonating Fidelity, falsely claiming the company is going into liquidation. The scam encourages people to call a number regarding the redemption of their assets. Fidelity is not going into liquidation. This number does not belong to Fidelity. If you shared any personal or account information or have redeemed any assets, please contact Fidelity and your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud.

Fraudsters have also impersonated Fidelity to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ which offers fixed rates of returns following a minimum initial investment. This is an investment scam and if you think you’ve been targeted and made an investment already, contact your bank immediately and report the matter to Action Fraud. Additionally, the scam encourages people to call a number regarding the transfer of investments from Legal & General to Fidelity. This number does not belong to Fidelity or Legal & General.

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