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  1. http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/14160/online-news/crook-hid-criminal-past-to-get-consumer-credit-licence
  2. Press releases 2012 - Mr Superloan stripped of licence 57/12 4 July 2012 'Mr Superloan', a Sunderland-based business, can no longer trade as a home collected money lender following OFT enforcement action. Kevin Duke, trading as Mr Superloan, was found unfit to hold a consumer credit licence by the OFT on 19 December, after he failed to fully disclose his history of criminal convictions on his licence application. Mr Duke appealed the OFT decision, but the First-tier Tribunal - the independent judicial body that rules on OFT appeals - refused the appeal on 29 May 2012. I
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