Before you send money to the other side, what checks do you make?

...consider(ing) using systems such as Lawyer Checker to verify that what is described as the contact or bank information for a third party law firm is genuine.
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Lawyer Checker is an online service providing market leading, risk management solutions to the conveyancing industry. Our online checks allow conveyancers to gather further information on the conveyancer to which they are sending money to or their own client they’re dealing with. This enables them to better assess the risks associated with transferring funds throughout the property transaction.

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"We have done a lot of work to reduce fraud but vendor conveyancer fraud remains an area of growing concern. That is why I welcome initiatives like Lawyer Checker that help our panel firms manage the risk associated with transmitting our money to vendor conveyancers. All conveyancers should reassess the checks they make before they send money to organisations offering undertakings."

Tracey Carr, Financial Crime Manager
Mortgage Fraud, Santander

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