BrightHouse, who pride themselves on taking money from the poor to reward the rich, are to pay off their £15 million fine at £3.56 per week.
BrightHouse spokesman, Peter Thape is pretty angry with the Financial Conduct Authority, who have only allowed his company 23 years of unchallenged trading before clamping down on them.
Thape hopes to recover the £15 million fine by introducing a new range of exciting products aimed at their regular clientele.
‘We’ll be selling luxury winter-ready sleeping bags for the homeless,’ said Thape.
‘And going into Christmas, plus sized shopping trolleys for food bank users,’ added Thape.