100th daim chaser is struck off by the MoJ

Blackmore, Nicole
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/13/2009, p13
The article reports on the cancellation of authorisations for failure to comply with claims regulation conduct rules by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) Claims Management Regulator in 2009 in Great Britain. MoJ head of regulation Kevin Rousell mentions misleading and unsubstantiated claims and encouraging consumers to pay on-the-spot fees. Director Robert Sinclair of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries suggests that claims management companies should be charged with case fees.


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