Test your financial crime knowledge with 50 quickfire questions

At Fenetic Wellbeing we recognise the importance of cognitive health in all generations, especially as we get older. Between the ages of 60 to 70, the hippocampus shrinks, reducing your ability to retain new information and recall memories. Whilst it’s a normal part of aging, there are things you can do to improve your cognitive abilities, so you can continue to live a long, happy life.

Not only is the quiz a fun way to test your knowledge and satisfy your competitive edge, but it’s also great way to help with cognitive recall. Created by Fenetic Wellbeing, the quiz has 5 categories – automotive, financial crime, housing, employment, and family law. There’s a mixture of multiple choice and true or false questions, and don’t worry there’s no time limit so you can take as long as you want.

Economic crimes in the UK equate to almost £7 billion per year, and it impacts everyone, regardless of who you are. According to Experian, fraud rates in the UK since lockdown have increased by a staggering 33%.

There are countless forms of financial crime with some of the most severe and well-known being fraud, money laundering, bribery, insider dealing and terrorist financing. Of course, it doesn’t only happen in high-class business offices in the streets of London, it can take place in your own home whereby a significant other demands control of the money or in the street when you happen to find a random £5 note.

The ways scammers and fraudsters can access your personal information is ever-evolving, so we recommend using Barclay’s Life Skills as a great resource to learn how to protect yourself, your loved ones and your money online.