Lloyds Employee who stole £226,508 from Pensioners Receives 2 year Suspended Sentence

A senior financial advisor has walked free from court despite stealing more than £200,000 from the life savings of six pensioners and blowing it all on football bets. ‘They were people Mr Burnett met face to face or on the telephone and then swindled them of their life saving. Hull Crown Court heard how he ensured his elderly victim’s did not find out about his swindling by diverting their bank statements. 
Although Lloyds Bank dismissed Burnett when the fraudulent behaviour came to […]

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Serious Banking Complaints Bureau (SBCB) to aid alleged victims of RBS

A Norfolk businessman who claims the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) caused the collapse of his profitable company has launched a national support group to help other alleged victims of malpractice.
 A spokesman RBS was unavailable for comment.
Andy Keats, 53, of Church Lane, East Tuddenham, near Dereham, has formed the Serious Banking Complaints Bureau (SBCB) with two other RBS complainants.
Since launching the not-for-profit organisation last month more than 50 people have already made contact, alleging that RBS malpractice cost them […]

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    RBS Relies on Forged Signatures to access Experian credit file

RBS Relies on Forged Signatures to access Experian credit file

A legal dispute resulted in the bank using a private eye to access a customer’s credit rating file – and he wants to know why

If you were embroiled in a dispute with your bank, how would you feel if you discovered that, unbeknown to you, private detectives had accessed your credit report to get the lowdown on your finances?

Perhaps you would be shocked and consider it a breach of your privacy, as there are tight controls on who can […]

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