SHIP spearheads a united fight against fraud

May 2012
Mortgage Strategy;5/21/2012, p010
Trade Publication
The article reports on the leadership of Safe Home Income Plans to prevent equity release consumers being victimized by scam artists. The move has secured Safe Home Income Plans a place on the British National Fraud Authority's Mortgage Fraud Forum. A Fraud Working Group was also established by the trade body to consider the impact of fraud on equity release.


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