Are you on a nuisance caller’s sucker list?


Norma Whittard, 85, has always kept a tight grip on her finances. So when her niece, Harriet, spotted streams of new direct debit arrangements on her aunt’s bank statements she was suspicious.

It emerged that Norma, who suffers from dementia, had been bombarded by nuisance callers every day for months.

They had convinced her to set up endless payments — worth thousands of pounds a year — to companies claiming to offer household appliance insurance.

The number of people reporting…



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