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  1. Regulator brands mortgage broker a "disgrace" to the financial services industry and hands out record fine. A Birmingham-based mortgage broker has been fined £1m and been banned from working in financial services after mis-selling controversial "sale and rent back" leases to vulnerable customers. The Financial Conduct Authority said Gurpreet Singh Chadda, who traded under the names Red2Black Homes and B&L Homes, had misled vulnerable customers who were already in severe financial difficulties about the nature of his sale and rent back arrangements. Under these deals – which have
  2. PCU issued loans worth £1.2m to a Pentecostal church organisation without the knowledge of its members. A credit union that put its members' money at risk by secretly channelling funds to a church organisation has been named and shamed by the Financial Services Authority. Pentecostal Credit Union, based in Balham, south-west London, was slammed by the FSA for its "disgraceful" behaviour after it issued loans worth £1.2m in the names of its members when in actual fact it was lending the money to a Pentecostal church organisation. It is the latest blow for the credit union movement, coming
  3. Police probing the disappearance of missing schoolgirl Tia Sharp have launched a murder inquiry, people are asking why did it take so long to find a body in the house at the centre of the inquiry? And how did police lose track of one of the key figures in the disappearance? here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2185939/Tia-Sharp-missing-Murder-inquiry-launched-police-body-grandmothers-home.html This beggars belief, what exactly do we pay the police for?
  4. My Son's Vodafone service was suspended in December 2011. The problem was the bank; they cancelled the wrong direct debit. The day after payment was due the service was suspended. My Son didn't use his phone for a week and then recieved a letter telling him of suspension. My Son is (mentally) disabled and does not understand the contract but did not tell me. I finally found out in January 2012 and took up his case. Between February and now there have been emails flowing back and forth regarding this account. I have asked Vodafone to allow my Son to pay the month's missing prem
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