‘Bank forged my signature then told me to pay £1.2m’

by Roderick Lynch

‘Bank forged my signature then told me to pay £1.2m’

by Roderick Lynch
Roderick Lynch
Case Owner
I was born and raised in the London Borough of Southwark. I am one of 7 children. I was a sprinter in my youth I’m a campaigner for Race Equality. I was a CEO of a Disabled Services Company.
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on 04th March 2022
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Roderick Lynch
Case Owner
I was born and raised in the London Borough of Southwark. I am one of 7 children. I was a sprinter in my youth I’m a campaigner for Race Equality. I was a CEO of a Disabled Services Company.


I am the former founding CEO of a Disabled Services Company

I won a Landmark David v Goliath case against a U.K. Bank. They were found guilty of defrauding me by copying and appending my signature on to an unlimited Personal Guarantee. The document was used to illegally bankrupt me in 2015. The bank is now mounting an appeal against my victory. This is after a recent changing  of their legal team for the 3rd time.This action has been alive for 8 years.

We are raising the sum of £20,000 to £175,000 to fund our defence. We have increased the size of the appeal team. Share this post in your social media networks. Why should bankers think they are above the law.
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I won the case after a 9 day trial in front of the chief ICC judge at the High Court. My case shows that the invoice discounting industry needs to be regulated in a more stringent way. It shows that no matter long the bank has spun out this case they did not achieve their desired outcome. They should not be able to throw hundreds of thousands of pounds to stifle me out of the action I initially brought against them. Hence they are appealing my win.

On the 23rd / 24th 25th February the bank will be appealing against my victory at the High Court. We are defending that action. Goliath has said they have suffered damage  to their reputation. Our defence to this appeal will make them face up to the wrongs perpetuated within the bank. In turn it’s time to answer to the regulator and the police.


We are raising £100,000 of the total for the brief fee of the two barristers. The remainder is for the instructing solicitor company plus payment of VAT

Thank you for taking time to read this it is  a David v Goliath battle.

Dishonest Bankers should be languishing in prison not sitting behind a desk being protected by teams of lawyers.

Cheats & Thieves in suits should never prosper.
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