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“Could this be a scam?”

“Shall I download this invoice?”

“Should I click on this link?”

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The threat from scammers is growing

41%

in the UK have been scammed within the last 5 years

$1.026 trillion

lost to scammers worldwide each year

40%

of all crime in the UK is represented by scams and fraud

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Criminals are using more and more sophisticated technology to target and prey on unsuspecting victims, which is why it’s vital to advance and develop technological tools that people can use to help stop the scams from happening in the first place.
- Louise Baxter MBE Head of the National Trading Standards Scams Team

Our Story

My name is Alex Somervell. Four years ago, a member of my family was scammed out of £150,000- most of their life savings. At the time, they were in a vulnerable stage of life and were the victim of 3 scams, spanning 4 months and 9 individual transactions.

This experience inspired me and my long-time business partner and friend, Jonny Pryn, to found Ask Silver. We’re on a mission to stop scams like the one my relative was a victim of.

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