'Nightmare' of businesswoman accused of mortgage fraud

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Santander accused a designer of supplying forged documents – but refused to explain its actions A businesswoman who found herself placed on the National Fraud Database after she applied to Santander for a mortgage, says she went through a “nightmare” after the bank refused to admit it had made a mistake. When Claire Foster* from Hertfordshire applied for a buy-to-let loan, staff reviewing her application placed a note on thedatabase of the fraud prevention service Cifas warning that she had attempted a fraud. Continue reading...

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