FCA keen to hear from BoI mortgagees!Make Text Bigger
The FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), who regulate Banks, are keen to hear from anyone affected by the Bank of Ireland mortgage hike scandal.
The more people report this to the FCA, the stronger their case to take appropriate action against the Bank of Ireland and any other mortgage providers who hiked customers mortgages by altering the differential.
The FOS (Financial Ombudsman Service) are regulated by the Treasury Committee. Those affected by the Bank of Ireland scandal need to complain to the Treasury Committee (T: 020 7219 5769) to complain that the FOS is NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE. Indeed, as I understand it, the FOS are funded by the Banking Sector – so are hardly independent. It might explain why no complaints against the BoI were upheld.
Let’s take some AALF – Action Against Legal Fraud !
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