Fraud Awareness and Prevention

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WARNING: members of the public are being contacted by people claiming to work for SCOR Investment Partners.


The SCOR group has noted an increase in fraudulent acts aimed at extracting funds from individuals, prospective clients or any other persons.
These scams take the form of emails or telephone calls containing fraudulent links or contacts and misusing the name of SCOR or the identity of its employees.



Fraudulent non-SCOR domain names and email adresses

The following list is not exhaustive:

Domain namesEmail addresses 


Fraudulent telephone numbers used

The following list is not exhaustive:

  • +33 1 88 84 15 15
  • +33 1 79 75 04 56
  • +33 1 79 75 72 55
  • +33 1 88 84 15 55
  • +33 6 44 63 85 15
  • +33 6 45 26 11 52
  • +33 6 68 13 61 68
  • +33 6 66 70 98 57
  • +33 7 58 75 97 32
  • +33 7 53 52 38 75 
  • 1-800-211-0979 


Fraudulent products

The following list is not exhaustive:

  • SCOR Euro Invest
  • Savings account SCOR
  • SCOR Evolution

Fraudsters also use SCOR’s name to make fraudulent withdrawals from private bank accounts and request payment of falsified invoices. However, SCOR does not provide financial services to individuals or request any payments directly from them.


Stay alert

  • Be wary of all calls from unknown callers.
  • Conduct an Internet search on your usual search engine using the key words + “scam” or “fraud”.
  • Don’t divulge personal and/or confidential information by email or telephone, unless you initiated the contact yourself and know the recipient.
  • Don’t give in to the urgency of the request, which should constitute a red flag.
  • Be wary of offers that are too attractive.
  • Be wary of the subject line, which is often alarmist or prescriptive and may include phrases such as “payment instructions”.
  • If a call or email seems suspicious, contact SCOR as soon as possible to confirm its validity.
  • Check the contact details of the person you are contacting and the identity of the company they belong to.
  • Don’t click on links in an email. Type the address of a site directly into the address bar of your browser instead.
  • Contact the relevant local regulatory authority to confirm the company’s registration.
  • If in doubt, don’t take any action and don’t divulge any confidential information, particularly bank details.
  • Systematically check that the person you are dealing with is authorized to offer banking or insurance products by consulting the relevant websites of the Register of Financial Firms (e.g., for France: REGAFI - Registre des agents financiers), the Register of Insurance Companies (e.g., for France: REFASSU) and the register of insurance, banking and finance intermediaries (e.g., for France: Orias).


If you have any doubts about the person you are dealing with, please consult the blacklists and alerts updated by the French regulatory authorities (ACPR and AMF) on the dedicated webpage: Listes noires et alertes des autorités.


If you are a victim of fraud

We recommend that you take the following steps:

  • Contact SCOR by telephone at +33 (0)1 58 44 70 00 or via our contact form;
  • Collect and keep all information relating to the fraud: how the fraudsters contacted you, the domain name of the website, the contact details of the people with whom you were in contact, the documentation sent by the fraudsters, any sums invested and any information you may have passed on to them.
  • File a complaint with the relevant authority.
  • Contact your bank advisor, check your account regularly for any anomalies and stop any direct debits.


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This page constitutes general information provided by SCOR, which has been informed of fraudulent practices by individuals impersonating SCOR or its employees. SCOR does not guarantee that the above information is accurate or complete. Some or all of this information may not be applicable in all jurisdictions. This information does not constitute legal advice.