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As the UK terror threat is raised to ‘severe’ the BVRLA would like to remind members to remain vigilant.
The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure has issued a warning about a recent hack of Twitter accounts, which might have been the result of an internal security compromise.
Members subscribing to the BVRLA’s free-to-access RISC database will have already been informed of two alerts during the past week relating to fraudsters trying to obtain rental vehicles by deception.
In March 2017, National Counter Terrorism Policing launched ACT (Action Counters Terrorism), a new branding platform which incorporates all of UK’s counter-terrorism external campaigns to warn, inform and reassure the public.
Consumers are being urged to be on the lookout for holiday scams including fake caravan and motorhome listings as criminals are taking advantage of growing demand for staycations in the UK.
The BVRLA would like to remind members that it has a suite of helpful resources to support them with compliance against the Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
The BVRLA has finished as runner-up at the national 2020 Counter Terror Awards having been shortlisted in the Transport Security Award category for its work on the Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
Members can now access a brand new GDPR for Daily Rental webinar, designed to support rental and commercial vehicle members with compliance against the Rental Vehicle Security Scheme.
The Financial Conduct Authority is warning of unscrupulous fraudsters contacting people and firms through emails, letters and on the phone, claiming to be from the FCA.
Those subscribing to the BVRLA e-learning Essentials Package can now access a brand-new Financial Crime Prevention module as part of the subscription, at no extra cost.
The BVRLA is encouraging all rental and leasing members to subscribe to its RISC database to help mitigate the risk of fraud.