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Very Interesting Article Re Loan Agreement Form Reconstruction


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RBS internal memo

"On occasion the Consumer Credit Agreement cannot be found quickly and in the past this led to the debt being written off. On identifying this problem Jane Fraser introduced a new process whereby if the CCA cannot be found quickly Jane is able to create a 'true copy' using the data keyed at the time the loan was granted and the 'style' of agreement used at that time - this can go back a number of years. 65 agreements have been recreated so far involving circa £250k of debt - a classic example of thinking under pressure and adding real value to the bottom line."

Forgery and deception are obviously the way to get ahead if you work for the RBS. Perhaps Jerome Kervial could get a second chance in the banking sector with the RBS?

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RBS internal memo

"On occasion the Consumer Credit Agreement cannot be found quickly and in the past this led to the debt being written off. On identifying this problem Jane Fraser introduced a new process whereby if the CCA cannot be found quickly Jane is able to create a 'true copy' using the data keyed at the time the loan was granted and the 'style' of agreement used at that time - this can go back a number of years. 65 agreements have been recreated so far involving circa £250k of debt - a classic example of thinking under pressure and adding real value to the bottom line."

Forgery and deception are obviously the way to get ahead if you work for the RBS. Perhaps Jerome Kervial could get a second chance in the banking sector with the RBS?

They NEVER have the original - it is SOLD to get the cash for the "loan." before the "loan amount" is handed over.

It's double billing fraud, as old as time.

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