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Groups urged to apply for up to £5,000 of funding to help tackle loan sharks 🦈
Projects must raise awareness of the dangers of loan sharks, help to reduce crime and disorder and have a positive impact on local communities.
Find out more and apply here: https://bit.ly/31RK4q4
If you're struggling with debt, it can be hard to know where to turn. But there are lots of free advice services across the UK: http://ow.ly/JmCN50EquOc
We've launched a new interactive film with @perceptheatre to highlight the dangers of loan sharks on social media.
Viewers can make decisions about how Liam's story develops, the choices he makes and how it ends.
Find out how to get involved at 👉 http://www.perceptiontheatre.com/shark
The illegal money lenders using #instagram and #snapchat to lure young victims into debt. Today investigators raided the home of a suspected loan shark in #nottingham. More on @bbcemt #bbc1 at 1830 @loansharknews @nottspolice
Police are hunting a suspected loan shark operating across Nottingham
- Interactive film highlights dangers of loan sharks on social media April 19, 2021
- Groups urged to bid for share of loan sharks’ confiscated cash April 6, 2021
- We’re supporting Debt Awareness Week March 22, 2021