We want to share our new video resources on financial safety (scams in particular). The new resources have expanded the current suite of resources and are designed to help young people develop awareness and understanding of financial fraud.

Our aim is to give parents, teachers, community leaders, educators, employers, charities and other supporters the skills and tools to educate and protect children and young adults (3 - 25 years).

We have created this series of videos specifically to address three common scams* that provide young people with the knowledge, and support should they find themselves in these scenarios.

Each of our resources have been designed to be delivered either face-to-face or virtually - and in a one-to-one or group setting. Content is broken down into smaller sections that can be delivered in bite-size sessions or delivered in a full session or series of events. The resources are flexible, so you can pick and choose how you want to deliver the content in a way that suits your circumstances.


  • 16-25 year olds are now as likely to fall for digital scams as the over 70s
  • 69% of young people worry about money
  • One quarter of people with disabilities ending up in financial hardship


*As of H2 2021 information taken from UK Finance half year fraud update


Choose a topic

Topics come with a variety of support materials.


Investment Scams

Investing can be a great way to make money. But there are lots of scam deals out there to tempt you.

16+ Years | Video

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Money Mule

One of the biggest fake job scams is to get people to use their own bank account to move stolen money.

16+ Years | Video

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Romance Scams

Online dating is a popular way to meet new people. But fraudsters use fake profiles to try to steal money.

16+ Years | Video

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These videos are designed to support the delivery of the Risking money: Staying safe and in control.

Integration Guide

This guide provides important information to help with the delivery of these videos alongside the Risking Money lesson.

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