There has been a rise in fraudsters who set out to impersonate AAM Advisory and other financial services providers. This can often involve criminals impersonating a genuine firm by:
- setting up bogus websites using their name and/or logo
- sending a ‘cloned’ email
- setting up fraudulent bank accounts
These fraudsters are often articulate and knowledgeable, using sophisticated techniques to impersonate companies and research their targets, making their scams look like genuine investments.
Your security is our priority, so we have reacted quickly to help you and our wealth managers to spot these fraudsters.
If you believe you’ve been targeted by online scammers who are impersonating AAM Advisory, please email [email protected]