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Wonga to pay out £2.6m after sending debt collection letters from fake firms

The UK’s biggest payday loans company, Wonga, is set to pay £2.6m compensation to about 45,000 customers after sending letters threatening legal action from non-existent law firms. The letters, sent to customers in arrears, were sent under the names ‘Chainey, D’Amato & Shannon’ and ‘Barker and Lowe Legal Recoveries’.  In some instances, Wonga also added […]

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Amy Jensen Cunniffe joins DLA Piper as senior policy adviser in Washington DC

DLA Piper announced that Amy Jensen Cunniffe has joined the firm’s government affairs and healthcare public policy and regulatory practices as a senior policy adviser in the Washington DC office. Cunniffe is the latest senior policy adviser to join the firm, following former US transportation secretary Ray LaHood and former CFTC commissioner Bart Chilton, a […]

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