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We are all invited to take part in an important new survey. There are no more than eight questions which will ask you to rate your attitude to frauds and scams and how likely you are to protect yourself from them, particularly if you are online. This follows on from our recent article on Frauds and scams which seem to be an ever growing menace.

It'll be really quick to complete and at the end you'll get feedback straight away on how well protected you are and more simple steps you can take to help stop you and your family becoming victims.

We'll also use the results to help us develop our crime prevention campaigns in the future and make sure the information we send you is as useful and relevant as possible.

We hope you'll be able to spare a couple of minutes to fill this in to help us. If you have the time to do it now just click this link. No its not a scam and safe to click on the link!
This survey will be live until the end of September so if you can't fill this in now you can come back and complete it at anytime before then.

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