The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has ordered an adviser to pay out after it found he had failed to prevent an email fraud, which cost his client £250,000.
The client, called Ms Q by FOS, lost £250,000 of her bond savings after scammers hacked her email account and instructed her adviser to process the transfer. The woman had been alerted to the fraud...
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