Rhakios wrote:I expect it would be costly to bring a test case with no certainty of winning. The loan company might well argue that the borrower had been negligent in allowing his details be become available to a third party for use in the fraud. Then again, it will depend on the details of the case, I would have thought the Narnia/Aslan example could well have grounds for suggesting the lender was negligent in verifying the identity of the borrower.
So, do you have the money to fight a test case?
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