Rogue traders "hallelujah" We see Justice!

  Uboat 20:43 26 Nov 2010
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How many documentary's have we seen over the years and stories of these scumbags ripping off Pensioners and just innocent people off, the law's should be changed to stop this..1600 pensioners..omg

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  octal 20:54 26 Nov 2010

That's good news, the trouble is for everyone that's put away another low life appears.

  Uboat 21:03 26 Nov 2010

& ANOTHER one!

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  peter99co 21:22 26 Nov 2010

It will be interesting to see what sentences they get. I will bet the people they robbed get nothing in return.

It seemed to take five years to get them. Why?

The investigation by trading standards ran for five years across five counties - Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire and Warwickshire.

  Jwbjnwolf 20:05 28 Nov 2010

where is bbc's rogue traders anyway?
Ok there is cowboy builders but the bbc's Rogue trader guys are really funny
i miss them

  wolfie3000 21:51 28 Nov 2010

Its part of human nature im afraid, to exploit the weak, vulnerable and stupid.

Happens in every country and throughout history.
Dont expect to see the last of this.

  KremmenUK 07:04 29 Nov 2010

Vulnerable people should have some sort of protection to stop them paying thousands of pounds out without some form of check.

The one that can't be stopped are the ones that hide cash in mattresses.

  morddwyd 07:30 29 Nov 2010

"where is bbc's rogue traders anyway?"

The last in the series was only last Friday, and you're missing them already?

  michaelw 08:49 29 Nov 2010

I also used to enjoy Matt Albright talking to cowboy traders' cars disappearing over the horizon. I think they've been integrated into Watchdog.

  Jwbjnwolf 15:55 29 Nov 2010

oh, must of missed them as haven't been watching tv for a while.

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