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Harmoney loans hit by fraud

Case in hands of police as lenders complain of write-offs. With special feature audio.

Tim Hunter
Fri, 15 Apr 2016

Online lending firm Harmoney has called in police over suspected fraudulent loan applications that have led to losses for its lenders.

Harmoney is a peer-to-peer marketplace allowing small investors to lend directly to borrowers.

Some lenders have posted comments to online forum Sharetrader

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Tim Hunter
Fri, 15 Apr 2016
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