Becker Fellowes

Bovey Cranbrook Retirement Benefits Scheme, Cotswold Ash Retirement Benefits Scheme, Dunoon Glen Retirement Benefits Scheme, Lulworth Trent Retirement Benefits Scheme, Mendip Beech Retirement Benefits Scheme, Morton Glen Retirement Benefits Scheme, Pennine Elm Retirement Benefits Scheme, Powderhan Exe Retirement Benefits Scheme, Rait Fell Retirement Benefits Scheme

  • Welcome to the website of the following Becker Fellowes Pension Schemes:

    Bovey Cranbrook Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Cotswold Ash Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Dunoon Glen Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Lulworth Trent Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Mendip Beech Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Morton Glen Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Pennine Elm Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Powderhan Exe Retirement Benefits Scheme
    Rait Fell Retirement Benefits Scheme

    Dalriada has made documents available for download by members of the Becker Fellowes Pension Schemes. Currently, these include updates by way of Announcements and Key Documents such as the Scheme’s Internal Dispute Resolution Procedure, Chair Statement, and Expression of Wish Nomination form.

    Please also see the fraud compensation fund ruling announcement.

    IMPORTANT – PLEASE READWe have been made aware of a letter purporting to be from David Copeland, a Director of Dalriada Trustees Limited (Dalriada). The letter asks members to call a telephone number provided in the letter and purports to be in relation to claims members may have under a scheme where Dalriada acts as trustee and sets out actions members allegedly need to take within a short timescale in relation to these claims.

    Please note this letter did not come from Dalriada and the telephone number is not a Dalriada telephone number.

    If you have received recent correspondence which appears to be from Dalriada, asking you to ‘make a claim’ in a limited timeframe, this letter is bogus. PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE NUMBER.

    If you do call the number you will likely be asked to make a payment or asked to provide personal information. Again, please DO NOT DO THIS.

    Dalriada has taken this matter very seriously and has filed a report with Action Fraud and the police (Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI)).

    If you have received the letter and/or have called the number, can you please get in contact with Dalriada and report the matter to Action Fraud as soon as possible.

    You can contact Action Fraud on:

    Telephone number: 0300 123 2040
    Crime Number: NFRC210504481800 (please include this if you make contact).

    PSNI has advised that the matter should also be reported to your local police and the same crime number should be used when reporting to them.

    Dalriada’s legitimate contact details can be verified on our website. For your security and in light of this recent fraudulent letter issued in Dalriada’s name, we would prefer members to contact us by e-mail in the first instance and, if necessary, we will call you back. If you do contact us by telephone we would request that you do not contact Dalriada on any telephone number that you cannot find and verify on the Dalriada website or on the schemes’ specific website pages.

    To be absolutely clear, Dalriada will NOT ask you to make any payment and/or to disclose sensitive personal information. If you receive a call from (or make a call to) someone purporting to be from Dalriada and who asks you for money or to disclose personal information, this is a scam and you should hang up and report the call to us and Action Fraud, as set out above.

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