Purplebricks fail to protect some deposits

Purplebricks is refusing to say how many landlords were affected by its failure to comply with the law requiring tenants’ deposits to be placed in a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme. It is also refusing to say how long tenancy deposits were held by the agency before they were eventually placed in an approved scheme. The refusal […]
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