Phone scam data » NHS


NHS scam calls have been around for a while now but have picked up in recent times due to the current pandemic.

Previously, scammers would call with any sort of medical-related excuse including an appointment you missed, updating profiles on the database so they need your address or any other form of personal information, or ask you any questions they can to find out your personal details. Recently, scammers have been claiming they are calling from the NHS in regards to your Covid Pass.

You can renew or apply for a new pass by simply paying a small fee on the website they provide. A link will be sent to your phone with a website that looks completely legitimate, where you will be required to pay the fee. The scammers will now have your card details and try to take as much cash out of your account as possible.

NHS activity is low

NHS calls activity right now is low


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Calls Received in the past 24h


Calls received in the past 30 days

Calls detected in the last 24 hours

Calls detected in the last 30 days


This is the top 10 of cities where these type of scams originated in the previous month.

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3234 Calls

London, UK

2346 Calls

Liverpool, UK

2186 Calls

Manchester, UK

1684 Calls

Newcastle, UK

1281 Calls

Birmingham, UK

1210 Calls

Edinburgh, UK

878 Calls

Leeds, UK

743 Calls

Aberdeen, UK

  1. Chichester 3946 calls

  2. London 3234 calls

  3. Liverpool 2346 calls

  4. Manchester 2186 calls

  5. Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham 1684 calls

  6. Birmingham 1281 calls

  7. Edinburgh 1210 calls

  8. Leeds 878 calls

  9. Aberdeen 743 calls

  10. Bradford 700 calls


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