Look on the bright side.
Any money the thieves steal from your bank account is going to be way less than these loan sharks take.
The parent firm of UK directory enquiry service 118 118 has yanked offline its finance division's website after detecting unauthorised access by a person or persons unknown, The Register can reveal. 118 118 Money wrote to personal loans and credit card customers on 23 March to confirm the intrusion, saying in the letter – seen …
"was launched by US parent group kgb (a privately held, New York-based company) "
A financial services group, owned by persons unknown, named for a ruthless secretive organization who specialized in subversion, murder, and less savory business practices...
Well, that doesn't feel sketchy at all.
The can crash and burn. They are known for annoying adverts, but primarily for services that are designed to fleece the customer. Some directory enquiries service whose purpose eludes me, especially when enquiries cost £10 a go, and some loan-shark activities from their loan-shark division, 118 118 Money.
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