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CIFAS success continues

In recent months Richardson Lissack has continued to successfully persuade various major institutions to remove CIFAS fraud markers registered in a variety of circumstances. One client had the marker registered against them by a major UK bank after their partner was the victim of a push scam. Two clients had the markers registered as a result of some unfortunate choices they had made as young adults; and another client, a cryptocurrency trader, had the marker loaded against them following a chargeback fraud by one of their customers.

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