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http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/14160/online-news/crook-hid-criminal-past-to-get-consumer-credit-licence

 

 

A door step debt collector who traded as Mr Superloan has lost his appeal over the removal of his consumer credit licence.

 

The man behind the business, Sunderland-based Kevin Duke, was found unfit to hold the licence by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) on 19 December.

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I wonder what happens to the money he has already loaned out - if he is no longer allowed to collect ?

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I've heard than guys name before, somewhere. Wasn't he the guy that forced people to repay only by dealing with "Doorstep agents"? Similar to the Provident?

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Believe it is the sme one renegadeimp, pity they don't now state that every single doorstep collecter must hold their own individual licence... that would help this dodgy industry clean up their act.

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A door step lender/debt collector who traded as Mr Superloan has failed in his appeal over the removal of his consumer credit licence.

 

Doorstep lender Kevin Duke, who operated in Sunderland as Mr Superloan, has been stripped of his consumer credit licence after failing to reveal his long and violent criminal past.

 

Duke had failed to fully disclose his history of criminal convictions on his licence application.

 

When he applied to the Office of Fair Trading to run a doorstep loans business charging up to 800% interest, he admitted he’d been jailed for 15 months for handling stolen goods. Duke left out an assault causing actual bodily harm in 1995, theft, violent disorder and possessing an offensive weapon in 1997 and two offences of handling stolen goods in 1998. Further police checks revealed he had been arrested in 2007 and 2011 on suspicion of criminal damage but not charged. Police found a machete, a baton and three knuckledusters during a search of his home in 2010, though no charges were brought.

 

Sounds like a nice man.

 

Regards,John.

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