This page details notifications we have received on individuals and/ or organisations that have been fraudulently using or associating themselves with the identity of Elborne Mitchell LLP.
The aim of these fraudsters is to trick innocent people into engaging with and instructing them on unauthorised (sometimes inaccurate) legal advice; causing financial and other loss.
Elborne Mitchell LLP does not authorise any unapproved use of the LLP information and takes all matters of fraudulent use of our details and/ or scams linked to the LLP seriously. Elborne Mitchell LLP will report scams to the appropriate authorities as necessary and work with the regulator and authorities in their investigations.
Is my email from Elborne Mitchell LLP genuine? What do I do?
If the email ID from which an email came from does not end with @elbornes.com, this is not a genuine email from Elborne Mitchell LLP. Do not open any attachments or links contained therein and delete such emails received. If you wish to notify us of any concerns you have then please telephone us on +44 (0) 207 320 9000.
How to Report Scams/ Fraud
If you have been contacted by/ or aware of an individual you believe is fraudulently linking themselves and/ or using Elborne Mitchell LLP details please report the matter by telephoning us on +44 (0) 207 320 9000.
The list below details known instances of potential fraudulent e-mails. These e-mails are often purporting to be from someone at Elborne Mitchell LLP using a similar e-mail address asking the recipient to contact them or click on a link.
Do not click links on any attachments you are not expecting.
Costs information for:
|Date||E-Mail address||Fraud Detail||Action|
|May firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com||E-mails purporting to be from Timothy Brentnall asking for the recipient to contact him about an inheritance issue||Reported to SRA and Action Fraud|
|July firstname.lastname@example.org||E-mails purporting to be from Timothy Brentnall asking for the recipient to contact him about an inheritance issue||Reported to SRA|