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To join an ACTION GROUP specific to your lender, simply click on the join a group button below. If your lender is not listed, you can click on the CREATE A GROUP button to arrange for a lender specific group to be created; this will contact us at our Face-book page.

Fundraising is the part where Action4Justice asks you

to help us to help you. 

By people working collectively fund-raising with Action4Justice we can not only help you with your banking and mortgage issues, but also help others caught up in similar bank and mortgage fraud situations.  Passing on the collective knowledge gained, helps Action4Justice continue forging a path to establish the truth and supply the victims with the necessary knowledge to fend off bank fraud and mortgage fraud. Fundraising with Action4Justice Of course, Fundraising is an essential element towards keeping Action4Justice in the game. Our Action4Justice team works on a purely voluntary pro-bono basis.  However, there are inevitable expenses involved in servicing a website and communication costs so we need some funds to ensure our longevity and viability. However, we are primarily fund-raising for victims of banking fraud and wrong doings. Defending your position even though you are in the right is an expensive business. Victims have usually been stripped of their cash and assets throughout their long-standing ordeals; we get that. We are working with a team of professionals who are not intermediated by the establishment. This requires funding which is our primary reason to launch our Fundraising campaign. To find out about this no nonsense Team look here.  Fundraising This Family funding raising page will be dedicated to a specific people who need immediate help. Our first fund-raising venture is to raise £10,000 to engage the Legal team and bring a group action for a number of families who have spent the past 7-10 years fighting the fear of losing their homes. We are making a stand for bank fraud and mortgage fraud victims. We have victims that have been reduced to living in one room in complete squalor just because the banks they trusted decided not to be honest and honourable. Those banks failed the FCA’s (Financial Conduct Authority) eleven principals of business: The Financial Conduct Authority's handbook lists 11 principles of business by which the financial watchdog expects all regulated companies to abide: 1: Integrity - A firm must conduct its business with integrity. 2: Skill, care and diligence - A firm must conduct its business with due skill, care and diligence. 3: Management and control - A firm must take reasonable care to organise and control its affairs responsibly and effectively. 4: Financial prudence - A firm must maintain adequate financial resources. 5: Market conduct - A firm must observe proper standards of market conduct 6: Customers’ interests - A firm must pay due regard to the interests of its customers and treat them fairly. 7: Communications with clients - A firm must pay due regard to the information needs of its clients, and communicate information to them in a way which is clear, fair and accurate. 8: Conflicts of interest- A firm must manage conflicts of interest fairly, both between itself and its customers and between a customer and another client. 9: Customers: relationships of trust - A firm must take reasonable care to ensure the suitability of its advice and discretionary decisions for any customer who is entitled to rely upon its judgement. 10: Clients’ assets - A firm must arrange adequate protection for clients’ assets when it is responsible for them. 11: Relations with regulators - A firm must deal with its regulators in an open and cooperative way, and must disclose to the regulator appropriately anything relating to the firm of which that regulator would reasonably expect notice. Please help our fund-raising initiative We have over 10,000 followers on various social media platforms.  If everyone was to donate just £1 we would be well on the way to helping many bank fraud victims. Of course, we understand that the very people (victims of bank and mortgage fraud) who need our help are suffering from lack of funds.  We get that so, if you simply cannot assist financially them please help in other ways by spreading the word and sharing Action4Justice on Twitter                                 and Facebook, thank you Action4Justice Fundraising Team
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ACTION GROUPS specific to various banks and lenders, such as Natwest / RBS are available to join below; simply click on the Group button to join. If your lender or bank is not listed, you can ask action4justice to create a new button via the CREATE A GROUP button. This will contact our team at action4justice on our action4justice Face-book page and we will create a specific Action Group.