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Multiple CIFAS success

Richardson Lissack has successfully persuaded a major UK bank, a prominent building society, a catalogue finance company, and a UK challenger bank to remove CIFAS fraud markers registered against four clients.  The clients – a pharmacist, a finance professional and two small business owners, were suffering significant hardship as a result of the actions of the registering institutions.   Drawing on a wealth of experience in challenging ill-advised registrations and presenting unusual mitigating circumstances, Richardson Lissack was able to achieve successful outcomes despite, in one instance, being instructed just 36 hours before.

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