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.

Why do we insist on having a choice of fund manager when the evidence shows there is usually no benefit to be gained…and there is always a negative impact in terms of cost? — Anthony Hilton financial editor of the Evening Standard writing in Pensions World, June 2013
NOW: Pensions' risk management and diversified growth fund are state of the art. — Win Robbins, former Head of European Fixed Income Barclays Global Investors
…We pride ourselves on our abilities to make the perfect match for both clients and workers. Our decision to appoint NOW: Pensions came as a result of wanting a quality workplace pension scheme that is structured, simple and easy for us to… — Ian Naylor, Legal Director of Randstad
There is a need for a member-centric solution designed for ease of use with low costs and cutting edge investment strategy, which delivers long term stable returns. ATP's in-house investment capabilities, combined with our novel and innovative… — Lars Rohde, Governor of the National Bank of Denmark and Former CEO of ATP Group
ATP comes to the UK pensions world with the highest commendations from the Danish trade unions, employers and government. NOW: Pensions' offering in the UK will be high quality, low cost, and honest and I'm proud to be associated with it. — John Monks, member of House of Lords and former General Secretary of ETUC and TUC