Rogue traders so bad they were "an insult to cowboys" try to have sentences cut

Rogue traders so bad they were an insult to cowboys try to have sentences cut
 

A pair of rogue traders who made £2.5m by targeting the elderly and vulnerable have been told their jail terms were not a day too long.
“Greedy” Robert Thomas Morrison, 36, and Paul Jason Towers, 38, made millions through unscrupulous trading practices while selling driveways to pensioners across west Yorkshire.
The pair used cold-calling and high pressure sales techniques, having purchased the details of 5,000 people aged over 60 in towns including Wakefield, Batley, Sheffield, Wyke and Pontefract.
Their Brighouse-based business took thousands in deposits which were retained and failed to... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 31
Source: Examiner
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