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Tony Turbo

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  1. You would think so, wouldn't you? However, I made a complaint to the ICO at the same time as the successful one to the FOS. The ICO complaint was rejected even though they acknowledged certain concerns about the way my personal data was handled. Not being happy with this outcome I asked the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman to review the ICO decision, but the PHSO view was that the ICO was correct according to their terms-of-reference as regulator. It appears that it is not as easy as one might think to prove infringement of data protection rights in the consu
  2. Just a quick update for anyone interested ... the FOS investigated my complaint and in September 2020 made a decision in my favour. J D Williams & Company Limited were instructed to pay £500 for the trouble caused. All was fine until February 2021 when another false linked address was placed on my credit record by J D Williams t/a Jacomo - the 8th time since 2012. Here we go again ...
  3. Hello all, From 2012 to 2019 J D Williams has posted false linked addresses to my Experian credit report on seven occassions. These arise as a result of third-party fraud associated with their online credit account, which is available through a number of brands. I have a good understanding of how the fraudsters operate, and why the false linked addresses arise, and am alert to the problem: its a long story, but I'm sure you get the picture and can guess at the resulting problems with debt collectors. The failure of J D Williams to prevent recurrence of
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