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Fsa Position On Consumer Whistleblowing / Reporting Of Fraudulent Behaviour

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After the FSA finally got round to making some attempt to show they were interested in regulating the industry and seeking to crack down on fraudulent behaviour on the part of those working within the sector. It was / is? their position they would not look at complaints from individual consumers, which in itself is astonishing & concerning.

The following text was to be found on their website within the contact us section - “we do not investigate individual consumer complaintsâ€

Whilst looking at their website, as of today i was unable to find the text quoted above. I wondered if anyone could advise as to whether or not the FSA have changed their policy and would as they always should have, now consider individual consumer complaints, relating to the concerning / fraudulent behaviour of those working in the industry?

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If it involves a bonus payment...they'll be interested enough

bounty hunters....always were.

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