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Learn the signs of suspicious activity

Learn the signs of suspicious activity

Suspicious activity for financial crimes can be both hard and easy to spot.

Consider these examples of potential signs:

  • Suspicious shops, websites, social media accounts, and businesses claiming to sell supplies or products currently in high demand
  • A business that doesn’t seem to have many customers but somehow manages to stay open
  • Your business ‘investor’ uses multiple birthdates or various names
  • A stranger offers to pay you $100, if you cash a $1,000 cheque for them
  • You get an offer from someone living overseas to buy the vehicle you have for sale on behalf of an unnamed person
  • Phishing schemes that prey on virus-related fears

Anyone who believes they may be a target or victim of a financial scam is encouraged to contact the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service’s Financial Crimes Unit at or +1 345 949-8797.