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Players advised to remain vigilant

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The PFA have recently been advising players and parents who have been approached by persons advising they will assist in helping find a club or trials overseas.

We have since learned that unfortunately they have fallen foul to persons trying to scam players by pretending to be agents in order to receive your money. They may even forge documentation to ensure it looks like contracts with clubs/travel arrangements are in place for you. 

We would encourage players and parents to remain vigilant.

USEFUL LINKS…

The following links will help you find more information on recognising suspect correspondence:

Fifpro | Fake agents

Fifpro | How to deal with agents 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ….

If you have any concerns or doubts about any correspondence received, please do not hesitate to contact the PFA on the details provided below for further advice:

e: info@thepfa.com

t: 0161 236 0575 

 
 

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