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How do I report a phishing email or scam email?

At The Royal Bank of Scotland we will never ask our customers for any personal information by email. You should never respond to any email asking you to divulge your full Security Number and password. We would only ever ask for random characters.

If you have received a fraudulent or suspicious email and not responded to it please forward the email to phishing@rbs.co.uk

However, if you have responded to the email and/or you suspect that any of your accounts with us have been accessed online by someone other than yourself please contact us immediately.

Online and telephone fraud
0800 161 5154
overseas: +44 1268 500874
Minicom: 0345 900 5961

Visit our Security Centre (opens in a new window) at rbs.co.uk for further advice on handling phishing e-mails and other security issues such as viruses spyware and trojans.