The Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) will be bringing its new FraudSMART Clinic to Sligo tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock.
The clinic is a fraud awareness initiative which aims to inform citizens about the latest financial fraud activity and trends.
The Fraudsmart clinic provides simple and impartial advice on how best to protect yourself and your resources.
The event aims to help the public detect the warning signs of fraudulent activity and to put in place safeguards against it.
Head of the BPFI Fraudsmart programme Niamh Davenport says that people should be cautious of phone calls or emails that require urgent submission of bank details.