Fraud alert

Fraudulent use of Trowers & Hamlins' name

There is a risk that from time to time Trowers & Hamlins' name may be used by fraudsters in scam emails or other communications or on fake websites.  This is a problem that is currently affecting the legal profession as a whole and our regulator, the Solicitors Regulation Authority, publishes details of known scams in England and Wales on its website at http://www.sra.org.uk/alerts/.

Please note that our only website is www.trowers.com and emails from the firm will be sent from the trowers.com domain.  If you receive an email from any other email address it is probably fake and may be fraudulent and/or contain a computer virus.

If you receive an email purportedly from Peter Ward at Trowers & Hamlins LLP, please can you not respond and delete the email from your system. Peter Ward is not a current partner at Trowers & Hamlins LLP.

Client account details

If, after we have supplied you with our client account details, you later receive an email purporting to be from a member of this firm and asking you to send funds to a different bank account, please contact your usual Trowers & Hamlins contact immediately (preferably by alternative means of communication) to verify the account details before sending any money.
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