Scam Warnings

Criminals may pose as someone from Arbor Law or claim an association with Arbor Law to carry out scams or fraud. 

Scams can take the form of unsolicited emails, text messages, telephone calls or direct mail.   

Common examples of scams include: 

  • the use of fraudulent domains or emails purporting to be connected with our firm; 
  • the promise of money (e.g., inheritance or lottery) in exchange for personal information and/or a fee; 
  • notification that a lawsuit has been filed against you or that you are summoned to appear in court; 
  • impersonation of our firm or its lawyers to secure advance payment for legal services; 
  • the use of fraudulent domains or emails purporting to relate to our firm; 
  • attempts to change the payment details of our invoices; and 
  • requests to open an attachment. 

Please also be aware of emails from “look alike” domains with attachments and emails from personal addresses.  

Genuine emails from Arbor Law will only originate from the domain Our lawyers will only communicate via our official email systems. 

Our genuine correspondence address and main contact number are 118 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ED, United Kingdom and +44 (0) 20 7355 0540, respectively. 

If you are ever directed to send money to a new bank account, telephone us and speak to the person dealing with your matter or the Accounts Department to verify the information before making any transfer. 

Should you have any doubt about the authenticity of a communication purportedly coming from Arbor Law or wish to report a scam involving use of our name please contact us. 

If the correspondence is part of a confirmed scam we would encourage you to report the matter to “Action Fraud”, the National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre at or on 0300 123 2040.  

We may seek to report the matter to the SRA who can issue a scam alert on their website at