Consumers warned on fake debt advice sites appearing on Google

Google has been criticised by charities and insolvency practitioners for allegedly making thousands of pounds from unregulated advertising, almost a year after it created new guidelines aiming to tackle the very same problem.

Examples of bogus websites that mimic charities and offer to write off people’s debts are still live, while legitimate charities and insolvency practitioners who are effectively falling victim to identity theft say their complaints to Google are being largely ignored.

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