I'll eat my fascinator if that isn't the case.Malcolm Armsteen wrote:Perhaps not whitewashed, more glossed over, forgiven and allowed to continue after mumbling 's'rry'.
Suffering this Newshite with you. Only a matter of time before these avowed Maxists let the mask slip.Tubby Isaacs wrote:Well, what a devastating piece by Allegra then.
The government needs to get to the bottom of this because it saves money. And to save "the whole idea".
The what? The idea of outsourcing's going to go away, is it?
Fiasco as £2m fraud hotline loses 2,500 cases in just eight months... and blames error on computer fault
New hotline Action Fraud has lost nearly 2,500 crime reports
Budget is £5 m a year, much of which paid to firm BSS to run a call centre
Fraud victims complain call centre staff are 'really rude' and unhelpful
Scammers already know that. Anonymous scammers in West Africa are effectively beyond the reach of UK police.She said: ‘I feel police action is vital or the criminals will come to understand that Action Fraud is toothless and they can continue to rob at will.’
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