Thursday, January 15, 2009

Another ‘so-called’ expert

TV Money expert is bankrupt

OK, it is in the currant bun but: TELLY savings expert Lorne Spicer — famed for telling cash-strapped viewers how to stay out of the red — has gone BANKRUPT. The Sun can reveal the Cash In The Attic host — who is also the BBC’s online credit crunch guru — went bust last month with debts believed to be in the “thousands”.

Posted by afrobaggie @ 02:35 PM (1199 views)
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4 thoughts on “Another ‘so-called’ expert

  • No dress sence, council house common mentality and I suspect a binge eater too. Yes I think I believe in her lol

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  • Funny isn’t it – Natwest who as part of RBS have gone t1ts up themselves are now advertising their “experts” offering FREE FINANCIAL advice!

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  • from wikipedia:
    “She went to Coopers’ Company and Coborn School and has a degree in Communication Studies (Media). She went on to produce a morning European business-news show and a personal-finance show. ”

    Well qualified to talk about personal-finance then..

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  • Advisor goes bust!
    January 15, 2009 by spfsales

    Just read an amusing artical!

    The pictured lady, Lorne Spicer who was repotedly the BBC credit crunch guru has herself gone bankrupt
    http://blog.southernpropertyfinder.com/

    Repossessed: ‘We never missed a payment’
    January 2, 2009 by spfsales

    Peter and Marian Addyman say NatWest gave them a week to repay the £226,000 loan or face losing their home, and the deadline has expired.

    The ultimatum – for which they say they have been given no explanation – comes despite the bank’s nationalised parent company, Royal Bank of Scotland pledging not to carry out any repossessions for six months.

    Consumer groups are demanding NatWest explain its actions, warning that otherwise its pledge to treat customers fairly in exchange for agreeing to a £20bn Government bailout will be undermined.

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