I have no idea what I am accused of, but from my net work they are saying verbally they accept no fraud is involved, but I should have pulled the case, why? The client had both his business and personal accounts frozen and some heavy handed threats while supposedly undergoing a VAT and Inland revenue inspection, which he was given a clean bill of health from, so obviously fraud was suspected at some stage. How is that treating customer fairly which is what we have to abide by. This has stopped me working for a month and now my net work has terminated me, as their contract says I have to be whole of market. Having tremdous problems with now finding another net work, for something I have no Idea as to what I or the clients have done wrong. It seems lenders can just say they do not want to work with you and that is it.
what rules, it seems they don't have any, and I have not seen any, and they say they don't have to give a reason.
The terms are when you log in, I cannot get onto the broker site to check, I will try with a friend of mine to get them, as she is still a broker.
Surley regardless of terms and conditions they have a duty of care and have to take responsibility for their actions, last I heard in this country the rule of law was innocent until proven guilty not guilty until proven innocent and we don't care anyway because to us you're still guilty of breathing!
Thanks Alex this is what I have been told, yet it seems so unfair that anybody private company or not can do this. I feel that they have not looked at the appeal at all, and they have not done any investigation, but yet they can flick a buttom and end maybe my career.
Is Nationwide a private company or did the government put funds into it, and would this make this a part public company to go forward.