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How Rotary Club Stalwart 'became The Bernie Madoff Of Frinton-On-Sea'

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How Rotary Club stalwart 'became the Bernie Madoff of Frinton-on-Sea'

A former City trader is at the centre of a police investigation over claims that wealthy residents of an upmarket seaside town have lost millions of pounds in failed investments.

Detectives have been called in after Rotary Club member Ian Dickinson, 46, tried to commit suicide two weeks ago. The father of two worked from home investing cash in foreign exchange deals. Many of his clients were friends and neighbours in F Frinton-on-Sea, Essex.

The total lost by investors is unknown. However, there are claims that the sums handed to Mr Dickinson run into millions of pounds.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1335769/How-Rotary-Club-stalwart-Bernie-Madoff-Frinton-Sea.html#ixzz17C5GLTNe

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This may help to explain why so many shops have closed there recently. I know this is going on all over the country, but Frinton has a small High Street with an old fashioned feel to it. Perhaps the residents are now going to the supermarkets to try and save a few quid?

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He has not been seen at the £500,000 home he shares with his wife Sarah for several weeks.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1335769/How-Rotary-Club-stalwart-Bernie-Madoff-Frinton-Sea.html#ixzz17EK5viRW

Must plug value of house.

Counter spin attack:

He has not been seen at the home WORTH 524 GOLD KRUGERRANDS, he shares with his wife Sarah for several weeks.

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What a rubbish photo!

article-1335769-0C5A1EBB000005DC-401_233x368.jpg

Artefacts,

We've got some artefacts

And it's as blocky as it can be...

(sung to the tune of "Mongoloid")

Edited by NotMyHouse

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