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Fraud? Standard Life Pension is in my address, but not me.

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Don't know if this is the correct forum, so feel free to move if necessary. So I got two seperate letters from Standard Life pensions.

 

One was a standard single letter and another more detailed set of letters accompanied with a terms and conditions booklet.

 

Apparently someone has set up a pension using my address (but a different name).

 

What do?

 

I am not going to ring up some £3 minute line, plus the Standard Life website has 3 phone numbers and none of them match the employeezone.co.uk one on the letters. The employeezone.co.uk one doesn't match the one on the letters either. I am not going to talk to someone trying to divulge my personal details just to let them know something is odd since they may be the point.

 

I have scanned the letters and removed any details if you want to look at them here:

 

Also I don't want to have my address on some black list, or go through stringent checks just for being a victim of fraud. What is the best course of action?

 

Hi, I've attached the PDF with all the scans. Hopefully someone using my address is a mistake of some sort but I doubt it.

 

edit:

The persons date of birth (but blacked out by me) is before I lived at this address, but I've been living at the same address for around 30 years and the persons birthdate is only 1-3 years before that. Doubt they would be registering anything back to this address, assuming the persons details are even legit.

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I would say someone has got the address wrong.

 

 

phaps simply return to sender with a simple letter

 

 

dx


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Hello there.

 

I agree with dx. This looks like a site for an employer's pension scheme that is run by Standard Life. It could be that someone in HR [or at Standard Life] has input the wrong address.

 

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Yes, I would pop it back together with a little letter explaining. Seal with tape and write return to sender on it. I'm sure it will get back to the correct person then and update the file. Isn't that what you would want done if your mail had gone walkies?

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