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RMI warns dealers as bogus document scam returns

Car dealers are again being targeted with bogus health and safety documents by companies that tried the same scam in 2004, warns the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI).

The companies operating the sting are the self-styled Liverpool-based Health and Safety Enforcement Agency (HSEA), and the Rochdale-based Health and Safety Registration Enforcement Division (HSRED).

They have written to companies across the UK asking for sums of up to £249 to ensure that they comply with health and safety law.

Neither company has any connection with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

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