The Mortgage Prisoners Scandal; and why it still really matters!

This event has now taken place but you can watch the video recording of it through our Youtube Channel, get to it by clicking the button below

When

Monday, September 27th from 6pm to 8pm UK time"

Where

Online symposium via Zoom.

Format

There'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.

Why you should attend

The Transparency Task Force is firmly of the view  that the “mortgage prisoners” are being treated in a grotesquely unfair way. We hold this view because they are paying an enormous price for the government’s decision to sell the mortgage book that they were part of without carrying out sufficient checks on how fairly the mortgage holders would be treated by the organisations that became the controllers of the mortgage books.

We imagine that a great deal of money has been made by many people as a consequence of the mortgage book sales and we see no justification for the government’s failure to do all it can to defend the interests of completely innocent victims of financial exploitation.

We hope that our event will help to shine a bright light on what has really been happening to mortgage prisoners, how they have been treated by different agencies and ‘parts of the system’ and the unjustifiably unfair way in which they have been treated.

This symposium will help to explain what has happened, the role the Government has played in the scandal and the widespread detriment it is causing to over 250,000 families trapped into paying extortionate interest on their mortgages.  

We will discuss where the debacle has got to and what is now happening to try to get justice for the families.

Here's the programme and timings so far...

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