Help Centre for Advisers

How do I spot a fraudulent email?

In some cases, emails, may appear genuine on first sight, but may originate from an unusual domain such as nowpensions.net. Fraudulent emails may also use generic greetings such as ‘Dear recipient’ and may contain incorrect details or have poor spelling and grammar.

The vast majority of our clients pay contributions across to us via Direct Debit and we do not accept payments directly from employees at all. If you receive a request for a BACS or CHAPS payment please be cautious and be sure to verify the bank account details with us by calling our support team before paying any monies.

Please note that we haven’t changed our bank account details since 2014 so beware of paying any contributions to an unfamiliar or new bank account.

I firmly believe in NOW: Pensions' principle that everyone deserves the right to a better retirement. I look forward to being part of the team which aims to achieve this in the UK. — Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income Barclays Global Investors
...its simple design means the pressure is taken off us as the employer and avoids costly administration charges, whilst removing the burden of choice and ensuring the best possible retirement outcome for our employees. — Matthew Johnson, Head of Compensation and Benefits at Adecco Group UK & Ireland
Over a short period of time, NOW: Pensions has established itself as a respected and credible player in the UK workplace pensions market attracting thousands of employers and hundreds of thousands of members. Joining the team at such a crucial time… — Jocelyn Blackwell, Founder of Dunnett Shaw and Raising Standards in Pensions Administration
I am excited to be joining such a distinguished Board of Trustees, over-seeing a modern, transparent, cost efficient and high-performing pension fund. — Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income Barclays Global Investors
I am backing NOW: Pensions, the ATP project, because I believe it will encourage transparency, low costs and decent returns for millions of British employees. — Nigel Waterson, former Shadow Pensions Minister