Scammers are using Brexit concerns to try to con people into transferring their pension savings to suspicious overseas schemes, according to Phoenix Group.
Over the past few weeks the firm has had reports of policyholders being cold called by fraudsters urging them to move their pensions overseas to avoid the risks from a potential vote to leave the EU on...
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