National Insurance Suspension

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National Insurance Suspension Scam: How It Works

There is a new National Insurance Suspension scam going around nationwide in the United Kingdom. It happens at the beginning of this week. It comes as a fake National Insurance scam call claiming to be from the government, mainly using the “suspended” scare. We’ll show you below what the scammers say precisely so you can protect yourself if these phone scams approach you.

Feel free to add your experience in the comments section at the bottom if you received any calls like this.

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The bogus automated calls tell recipients that their National Insurance number has been compromised. They are encouraged to press 1. However, rest assured that these crooks are not from the National Insurance office.

Let’s dive into the National Insurance Suspension scam with its variations and expose how they work. You can also report the criminals at the end of the article if you experienced any suspicious activity.

Scammers call from random numbers but use Caller ID spoofing that we assume you are aware of. They make the name of the National Insurance appear on your smartphone display. As people believe the call is legitimate, they pick up and respond with honest intent.

The National Insurance Scam Call Script

Let’s say you respond to the call. An automated system states a message along these lines:

“Hello, this call is from the National Insurance. The reason we called you today is to let you know that we’ve got your National Insurance Number suspended due to suspicious activity on your account. If you want to challenge your case, press 1”.

The same type of fraud happens in the United States (the Social Security Benefits scam) and Canada, known as the Social Insurance Number Call.

Scared by their National Insurance number suspension while believing the phone is legitimate, many victims press the key 1. What happens then? If you do, you are connected to a live operator (aka the scammer) who asks for all your personal information to prove your identity. The more you give away, the worse the situation can get. This info will be used for identity theft.

Other Variation of the Scam

In a different variation of the National Insurance Suspension scam, the criminal tells his potential victims that they are investigated for fraud once they answer the phone. Similar to the situation above, the scammers proceed to ask for National Insurance Number and financial details. Sometimes they prepare for the call using information publicly available.

Essentially, they call targeted people after finding their info online and doing a little bit of homework. Many fall for this fraud because they share a lot on their social media platforms, which is never recommended.

National Insurance Number Scam Call: How To Avoid

Ignore the National Insurance scam call. What’s interesting is that the callers are not even from the United Kingdom. They use the same automated machine in the U.K., U.S., and Canada, but only change the national organization’s name. How to avoid them?

Watch the video below to see the Top 4 scams and how to protect yourself when it comes to the National Insurance number or Social Security number – they are all the same. Just replace the country with yours – see below:

National Insurance does not call people just like that. The U.K. administration operates out of its principal office and via snail mail. If you receive a call like this, report it using the link below.

How To Report the Suspension Of National Insurance Number Scam

Make your family and online friends aware of the National Insurance Suspension Scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the crooks and any other suspicious National Insurance-related activity to the Action Fraud Police UK using the link below:

Report To The Action Fraud UK Here

If you want to be the first to find out the most prevalent scams weekly, please subscribe to the Scam Detector newsletter here. You’ll receive periodic emails – no spam. Last but not least, use the comments section below to expose other U.K. scammers.

Meanwhile, educate yourself with some other U.K. fraud-related articles right under this paragraph, so that you know how to stay safe online. Last but not least, use the Comments section below to expose other scammers.

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