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Remember, for almost 10 years the FOS agreed that almost all complaints against Amigo for irresponsible lending were unfounded.
Amigo’s affordability screening was investigated and approved by the FCA during the 166, and at authorisation.
The directors looked at the situation and decided to look after their own careers instead of standing up for the company that paid them.
The FOS know they wouldn’t win a JR. That’s why they have only adjudicated on 5 cases in a year. Only ones they believed they could win.
And look at what has happened. Hamish destroyed 99% of market cap, lined the pockets of himself and his friends, and walks away with an undisclosed golden handshake, straight into another multi-million £ salary.
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Yep. Sounds like it. For each case if they go through each case, which they are doing. If Compliance has done it’s job well and and all customer records and details filed by the book. They will turn down many cases.
It’s going to be a stricter criteria but a bigger market of those that are working there will be plenty of stained credit records as with an recession there will be a lot who go self employed and don’t have required amount of books n records for mainstream
In response to amigo encouraged falsification of applications....
James Benamor @JamesBenamor · 14m Were these people by any chance borrowers trying to make a claim for ‘irresponsible lending’? People who had a lot to gain by claiming Amigo didn’t do checks? Funny what that does to someone.
Luckily, every call, every message, every check, and every decision was recorded.'
Sounds like building a case for fighting claims to me. :-)
“ Before” furlough ends it’s likely some folks will apply for loans. That’s no different to me applying and I lose my job in 2/3months. An employer can still/ may employ you back after furlough scheme ends. That was the bloody idea right:))
FTH - I am as bigger fan of this share/company as all of you positive people, but can you explain to me how Amigo is going to help clients who have lost their jobs. In order to borrow you have to have an income and pass affordability even before you provide a guarentor. I've been through the process with Amigo as a guarentor so have experience of what Amigo is looking for in a client.
sunset - I'm a northern oik and know Big Dave and his dad - I've met Big Dave and he really IS BIG!!! Once he rogers you where you like it, you will be in hospital with the covids. Wind your neck in!!!!