Insight: Banks come to terms with Britain's compensation industry

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sylvan wrote:

Lloyds’ Chief Executive Antonio Horta-Osorio: “We have to stop this,” he said. “It’s fraud.”
These poor banksters. Some of these companies are perpetrating fraud against them, by aggressively reclaiming funds consumers were forced to pay for bogus fraudulent products….the outrage. Funny how the banksters get so angry and righteously indignant when the tactics they use to steal from their customers are turned against them. All of we minions should know that the banksters have procured the exclusive rights to defraud, when they bought our politicians, and they won’t have us stealing their tactics to defend ourselves. If we keep pursuing the return of our stolen wealth, some of these guys might become part of the second homeless, and then how would you feel? UK has the most corrupt banks on the planet, and that is saying a lot.

Jan 13, 2013 4:48am EST  --  Report as abuse
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