FCA warns on clone of Direct Line’s UK Insurance

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned consumers about fraudsters using a clone of UK Insurance.

UK Insurance is the underwriting entity of Direct Line Group which does not sell directly through the brand.

According to the regulator, fraudsters from cloned firms try to con the public by mixing in their own false details with the correct ones of an authorised business.

The FCA listed an international telephone number and website with a .cc address as among the details to be aware of

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