It’s not always clear who you should report a scam to or how to get your money back if you've been scammed. Our guides tell you how to report scams and get your money back.
Answers to your problems
Is it a scam or a rip-off?
It's not always easy to tell the difference between a scam and a dubious offer. We explain what defines a scam.
I've been defrauded from a standing order or direct debit
If you've been defrauded from a false direct debit or a standing order that's gone astray you should get a refund. Read the Which? guide on how to do so.
Where do I go if I have a bank complaint?
Find out your consumer rights and how to complain if you have a dispute with your bank.
Step by step guides
How to get your money back after a scam
Losing money to a scam can be extremely upsetting and frustrating. See if there's anything you can do to get the money back.
How to report a scam
Have you spotted a scam? Here are the best organisations to report different types of scams to.
How to spot a scam
It can be difficult to spot a scam and fraudsters can be very cunning, but we have identified seven ways to spot a scam to help you stay alert.
How do I get money back that I’ve sent to the wrong bank account?
The code of best practice on ‘misdirected payments’ outlines how your bank should act if you’ve transferred money to the wrong bank account.
How to complain about unauthorised transactions on your card
If there has been an unauthorised transaction on your card and your provider refuses to refund your money, follow our step-by-step guide to get your money back
How to complain if your card is stolen and you're refused a refund
If your card has been lost or stolen and your card provider claims you've been negligent, follow our step-by-step guide to get your money back.
Letter to ask a bank for repayment of a disputed transaction
Your card provider may have a set process for submitting a claim for a refund of a disputed transaction. If not then use the Which? template letter.
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