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Top police chief claims banks are forging signatures on legal documents on an industrial scale as he accuses government agencies

Posted by George Freund on September 7, 2019 at 4:55 PM



Anthony Stansfeld, police and crime commissioner for Thames Valley, claims the government is sitting on 'overwhelming evidence' of forged signatures


Anthony Stansfeld, Thames Valley police and crime commissioner, raised issues


He has slammed the likes of Serious Fraud Office and the National Crime Agency


Serious Fraud office said it is currently assessing whether it should investigate


By JAMES WOOD FOR MAILONLINE


PUBLISHED: 06:22 EDT, 7 September 2019 | UPDATED: 06:22 EDT, 7 September 2019


A top police chief has claimed that banks are forging signatures on an industrial scale, as he accuses the government of sitting on 'overwhelming evidence'.


Anthony Stansfeld, police and crime commissioner for Thames Valley, has slammed the Serious Fraud Office, the Financial Conduct Authority and the National Crime Agency for not taking appropriate action.


He says they've been aware of falsification of documents for eight months and have not yet taken any action - despite calls earlier this year for Parliament to intervene.


Mr Stansfeld told The Times: 'They sit on things and pass the buck so no one takes responsibility. The documents put in front of courts and claimed to be genuine are in many cases forgeries.


'Not only are the signatures of the bank officials forged but customers' signatures are forged. Bank statements and other documentation is altered to the bank's advantage. A mass of irrefutable evidence for this has been with the SFO for eight months, and as far as I am aware, [they have done] nothing about it.'


It comes amid claims in July that staff at a state-owned bank forged signatures on documents used to repossess homes and recover debts.


The signatures reportedly appear on legal papers such as witness statements that have been used in court hearings by UK Asset Resolution.


The documents were used to seize debts owed to Northern Rock, Bradford & Bingley and Mortgage Express, campaigners told the BBC – with Lloyds also accused of the practice.


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