Fraud stories took our readers by storm this week, with the case involving an ex-rugby star and his brother being found guilty of £100,000 mortgage fraud garnering the most attention.
Follow on from that was a piece on several mortgage brokers jailed as a part of group perpetrating a £9m scam.
And a High Court ruling on a network’s responsibility for their authorised representatives’ fraudulent behaviour also drew attention.
Ex-rugby star and brother found guilty of £100,000 mortgage fraud
Mortgage brokers jailed as part of £9m fraud
High Court rules network responsible for ARs’ fraudulent ‘closely linked’ unregulated advice
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