Scam/fraudulent e-mails claiming to be from Eastern Alliance

We are aware of a scam being run by a third party allegedly sent by Eastern Alliance. If you receive a suspicious e-mail please contact Eastern Alliance via or call 01732 441900 to verify its authenticity.

If you believe you have been affected by this or a similar scam please report it to us via

Fraudulent emails

Eastern Alliance, which operates in the UK only, is aware that fraudulent emails are being received by people in various parts of the world which purport to have been sent by an employee of Eastern Alliance. Recent examples include promises of inheritance or mobile telephones or other "rewards" in exchange for payment or person data.

Customers should be alert to potential scams and make additional checks to confirm they are dealing with a genuine financial services firm and if they have the correct contact details.

If you receive an email which seems to be from Eastern Alliance and you wish to verify its validity, then you should ignore the email until you have contacted Eastern Alliance on or 01732 441900.

Website Cloning

Fraudulent websites can be set up that clone genuine websites. Eastern Alliance only operates from