Website accused of plagiarising IFA literature and investment firm accounts

Uses AIM company's stock ticker

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A website titled 'Cater Capital Investment' has been accused of taking literature from an IFA's website, using an investment firm's stock market ticker and using another company's name.

The part of the website that details 'Cater Capital's' so-called "Unique Approach" looks to have been copied and pasted from financial advice firm Alan Steel Asset Management's website. It even says the firm provides "two bespoke newsletters per month written by our Chairman (Alan Steel) and our Managing Director (Steve Forbes)". The website claimed it is "one of the largest asset managers in the world", although the phone contact listed is a mobile number. It went straight to voicemail when Professional Adviser tried to call it on a number of occasions.  'Cater Capital' also claims t...

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Hannah Godfrey
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