At Safire, upholding our values and purpose is at the forefront of everything we do. It’s our moral compass and drives us to make decisions with integrity, honesty, and compassion. We firmly believe in doing the right thing, and we don’t tolerate any behaviour that contradicts this. We take any reports of unethical, fraudulent, or criminal behaviour very seriously. That’s why we encourage you to come forward and report it immediately. Together, we can ensure that Safire remains a company that operates with the highest level of ethical standards.
Fraudulent activity can happen anywhere and at any time, which is why reporting it is crucial. If you suspect any form of financial wrongdoing related to Safire’s stakeholders, you can confidentially report it using the form provided below. It’s essential to remember that this service is strictly for fraud reporting and nothing else. Additionally, if you want us to contact you regarding the incident, kindly leave your contact details. Reporting fraudulent activity can safeguard both you and other innocent individuals from financial loss, so we urge you to reach out to us if you spot anything suspicious.
Contact the Insurance Fraudline at the Insurance Crime Bureau directly to report any type of insurance-related fraud. Tip-off information can be provided via their toll-free number, e-mail address, website or SMS text messages.
Your personal information is valuable and should be protected, which is why Safire adheres to the strict principles outlined in Section 51 of the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 2002. When you submit personal details through our report fraud form, we may collect information such as your name, contact details, and email address. By doing so, you consent to our processing of your data in compliance with our privacy disclaimer. If you do not agree with this, we advise you to use our anonymous reporting facility. Please note that by submitting your personal data, you give Safire permission to share your information with third parties or law enforcement agencies as required by law. It’s important to note that we may use your personal information for assessment and statistical analysis.