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The team at Rip Off Britain are real consumer champions.
But it's his most recent RTE offering, Rip Off Republic, which has provoked the most reaction.
The enormous problem of bid-rigging, where contractors conspire to rip off tax-payers, is a huge drain on resources in very many countries.
A joint study by homeless charity Shelter and Citizens Advice called `Stop the tenancy deposit rip off in the North-East' warns that across the region, 4, 340 tenants have their deposits wrongfully withheld each year and that collectively, these people have lost more than pounds 2m.
You rip off a chunk of the ring and dip it into the handy container of tomato sauce inside the ring.
The original bill was submitted to the assembly by the Metropolitan Police Department, which says it has investigated about 10,000 reports of violence being used to rip off customers in entertainment districts of Tokyo in the first half of this year.
In the episode, Nash and the Special Investigation Unit discover that Mickey is the leader of the rip off gang, after he has already received immunity.
FIRMS which rip off consumers through price-rigging cartels face massive fines under government plans being unveiled today.
Instead, not only is their money not used for victim and emergency relief -- the information is used to commit this rapidly growing offense and rip off people with the best intentions.
They continue to put tariffs up and rip off the public.