Concern Worldwide

Concern Worldwide apologises for charging donors 100 times as much as they agreed

4 May 2016 | Emily Corfe

Poverty relief charity Concern Worldwide has issued an apology for taking hundreds of pounds extra from the bank accounts of 25,000 regular donors.


Concern Worldwide apologises for charging donors 100 times as much as they agreed

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