HU Text Alerts

Keeping you informed of criminal activity, fake money, fake goods, online scams and more. Members receive instant notifications directly to their mobile phones.

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In today’s world of online scams and counterfeit money and goods, the only way to stay safe is to be alert, or better still, to be alerted.

Our Hospitality Ulster ‘Text Alert’ lets you know instantly, whether it’s: 

  • A con man operating in your area
  • An online scam targeting your business
  • Fake money or goods in circulation
  • Urgent advice from police

 

You’ll know, because we know.

We’ll also keep you posted on:

  • Test Purchasing taking place in your area
  • The latest news and important updates that impact your business 

Receiving Text Alerts couldn’t be easier and it’s free, but we need your details! Simply text ‘ALERT’ plus your name, premises and town to 07746349129. We will instantly add you to the system to ensure you don’t miss out! You can also register your business partners and managers to receive Text Alerts at no additional cost.

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