@fuengi wrote:@Claire wrote:Surely it is a public duty to name these thieving crooks if they are still trading.
If the person who was wronged wants to give his story to mark, or whomever then yes. But look what happened with a certain company that should not be named.
I realise that Fuengi, but this is why these scumbags get away with blue murder. If anyone dares to name them, they threaten legal action. Where is the justice in that? It just allows the “merry-go-round” of corruption to continue.
I agree. But the person should be able to prove how he was harmed. With proof it can be published.
But maybe the harmed party can take legal action?
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