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Beware of Fraudsters and Scammers

The privacy and safety of all Nouveau Finance Ltd customers are of paramount importance. We are very proactive in preventing our customers becoming a victim of fraud. This guide has been created in order to assist you with both preventing fraud and handling suspected fraud. In fact we have designed it with our customers in mind and we go to extreme lengths to keep our customers safe.

Fraudsters are very sophisticated and they are constantly looking at new ways to deceive customers of genuine companies. Experienced fraudsters will contact customers by phone or email pretending to offer loans that simply do not exist. One popular fraudulent scheme is to offer victims a voucher scheme, such as UKASH VOUCHERS in return for cash.

It is important to be vigilant in detecting these scams, no matter how genuine the person offering the deal may seem. If you receive phone calls, texts, emails or postal communications to send cash before you have had your loan money deposited into your account, alarm bells should ring. Nouveau Finance Ltd, along with all of our partners and lenders, including Loan Moneytree, will never ask for upfront payments.

Fraudsters will do all that they can to persuade people to hand over their money. They will prey on people from all walks of life, not just the old and vulnerable.

If you ever have any doubts about how genuine a loan offer is, please take the following steps to ensure that you and your money remain safe.

Stop sending money

If you believe that you have been the victim of fraud and you have sent money, please refrain from sending any more.

You will need to contact your bank straight away to let them know what has happened. You will then need to wait and see if they can put a hold on any suspicious transactions.

Report Your Crime

If you believe that your have been scammed or are concerned about a cold-call, you can inform the following agencies who can assist you with your query:

Mailing Preference Service

Telephone Preference Service

Money Advice Service on scams

Action Fraud

You can also contact the Financial Conduct Authority information line on 0800 111 6768 or you can email them at consumer.queries@fca.org.uk.

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Consumer Advisory:
Loan Moneytree is a loan matching service. This site will submit the information you provide to a direct lender. Upon loan approval, a direct lender may require further information from you which will be collected after we transfer you to their website or they may contact you via phone or email.

The operator of this site is not a direct lender. Loan terms, conditions and policies vary by lender and applicant qualifications. Late or missed loan payments may be subject to increased fees and interest rates. Not all lending partners offer up to £2,000 loans, and not all applicants will be approved for their requested loan amounts. Loan repayment periods vary by lender also. Lenders may use collection services for non-payment of loans.

Not all borrowers will qualify for a loan, the operator of this website does not engage in any direct consumer lending, we simply provide a FREE loan matching service to the public.

Representative Example:
Amount of credit: £850 for 11 months at £146.30 per month. Total repayment of £1,609.25. Interest: £759.25. Interest rate: 150% pa (fixed). 277.6% APR Representative.

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*Fund transfer times may vary based on the matched UK money lender, time of day applied and your bank.