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Old 16-03-2008, 06:24 AM
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Old 16-03-2008, 04:02 PM
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Is that fella in the photo you?
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Old 16-03-2008, 04:17 PM
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No, it is a picture of a Tom Jones look-a-like!

Question:
Can you trust the records and paperwork that your bank keep on you?

Answer:
NO, it would appear not and...

You cannot trust them to record the correct information on one's Credit Reference Agency files either!

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I think Paul looks like John Terry the Chelsea captain!!

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Brown calls for honesty from banks


Last Updated: Monday, 24 March 2008, 08:49 GMT
- Search: Brown Sarkozy banks


Gordon Brown is calling on banks to be honest ( he must be joking) about their financial situation Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French president Nicolas Sarkozy will this week call on banks to come clean about the scale of their bad debts, in the hope of restoring stability to the international money markets.


In the wake of the nationalisation of Northern Rock and the collapse of US bank Bear Sterns, Mr Brown and Mr Sarkozy will call for greater transparency over how credit rating agencies value assets and liabilities of financial institutions, said Downing Street.

With some estimates putting the scale of banks' bad debts at 300 billion worldwide, Mr Brown and Mr Sarkozy are increasingly concerned that uncertainty over potential write-offs is affecting confidence in financial markets.


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