Sep 282015
 September 28, 2015  Business, Non-U.S.

Danny Palmer reports:

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been accused of breaching  the Data Protection Act by editing customer emails, call transcripts and altering how it presented its “central file” record of correspondence.

According to The Times, the claims have been made by an RBS customer who believes that his business failed due to the alleged nefarious activities by the bank, which also sought to repossess his home.

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