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Revealed: Vulnerable pensioners left empty-handed by not reporting cruel fraudsters

Published on Wednesday 29th of March 2017 12:01:00 AM in Daily Express

Alarmingly, two thirds say they would not bother to report an attempted scam, according to exclusive new research carried out for the Daily Express. Almost half of Britons do not know how to report a pension scam, according to pension fund consolidator Phoenix Group, which has prevented ...

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