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  1. Hi, The company I work for routinely tells lies to potential new customers. Customers then enter long term finance agreements based on these lies. If I were to inform new customers of these lies, by email, would I be breaking the law? Thanks
  2. Very interesting article in the Guardian this is the link: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/jul/31/atos-fitness-work-test-greg-wood
  3. I have tried to find a suitable place in the CAG forum to place this article,so I have decided to put it here. With the banks covering their tracks regarding rigging interest rates,money laundering,big pay offs etc. I wonder what Mr Richard Chang knew about Abbey before Santander took over.After an over zealous meeting with an offsite security firm,Mr Chang committed suicide. http://petereyrepatch.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/pandoras-box-what-happens-when-you.html ---------- PART 3,CONCLUDING PART. http://wikispooks.com/wiki/Richard_Chang Regards,John.
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