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Complaints from people bombarded with spam texts and nuisance calls have today helped the ICO fine two companies a total of £100,000. Separate investigations into Omega Marketing Services Ltd and Vincent Bond Ltd were both triggered by complaints about nuisance marketing. Now the firms have been fined £60,000 and £40,000 respectively. The ICO receives around 13,000 complaints about spam texts, emails and nuisance calls a month. It is currently investigating 167 cases. Report nuisance calls at ico.org.uk/calls.
I am trying to improve my negotiating position with the bank, I personally guaranteed a bank overdraft for a firm and the company failed, leaving me with £100K of personal debt. This occurred about 3 years ago and for the past 15 months I have been paying off £1K a month and the bank has been content with this. But it is time to negotiate with them again and I want to them to agree not to add to the debt charges and further interest. Does anyone have anything specific that might strengthen my negoitating position, i.e. link to BCOBS stuff or similar that I can quote to the b
Police are warning people to be on the alert after an 89-year-old woman was conned out of £100,000 when she was persuaded to transfer it from her account. The [problematic] were posing as bank officials and police when they told the victim in Atherstone, Warwickshire, that there was a problem with her bank. She was told it would be wise to transfer the money to a different account "to be safe". Officers say people should be on the alert to similar scams being carried out elsewhere in the country. Detective Chief Inspector Sean Paley said: "While people are generally aware