In the event that the RSM name and brand is illegally used in fraudulent scam and phishing emails, letters or phone calls, fraudsters may:
- claim to be from RSM;
- use the name of RSM personnel to give the impression that a scam communication is genuine;
- use 'lookalike' email addresses which are similar to the genuine email addresses of RSM personnel; and/or
- impersonate RSM personnel.
You should exercise caution if you receive any unexpected or unusual communications which purport to come from RSM. We are aware that there have been attempts to use domain names similar to ours to impersonate our personnel. Genuine emails from RSM UK use the domain '@rsmuk.com'.
If you receive any communication purporting to be from RSM or any of its personnel about which you are uncertain or suspicious, we suggest that you do not respond and particularly do not provide personal or confidential information. Please check whether a communication is genuine by getting in touch with your usual RSM contact or by using our dedicated email inbox, firstname.lastname@example.org