FRSB and ICO will investigate after Daily Mail makes fresh claims about charities selling contact lists
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1 Sep 2015 | Hugh Radojev

The Fundraising Standards Board and information regulator have both said that they will investigate "concerning" allegations in today's Daily Mail about charities selling a dementia sufferer's contact details to catalogue scammers.

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