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FSA issues consumer warning over broker

The Financial Services Authority has issued a consumer warning that the brokerage Pure Money Limited and Pure-money.co.uk is not a regulated firm.

The regulator says it is strongly advising anyone who has had a mortgage, remortgage, insurance or investment arranged via the firm to get in touch.

It’s also warning consumers to check with the providers of any products they’ve had arranged via the firm to check whether the contract they took out is still valid.

Pure Money operates from Edinburgh House, Clwyd Street, Rhyl, Clwyd, LL18 3LA.

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