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How-to: Know the facts. Stop the fraud. [Re-post]

Know the facts. Stop the fraud. A worthwhile post care of the British Banking Association at

Keeping your money safe is your bank’s number one priority. That’s why they’ve set up secure procedures to protect you from fraudsters. But these criminals are often sophisticated and their techniques are constantly changing. One such ploy is to pretend they work for the police or your bank.

Dangerous though this is, there are tell-tale requests a fraudster may make that your bank NEVER will. Knowing what these are can ensure you don’t fall victim to such as an attack.

Eight things your bank will never ask you to do…

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Review: The Maze Runner (2014)

The Maze Runner movie posterImpressive visuals can’t hide the lack of originality behind this “Hunger Games meets Lord of the Flies” franchise opener. And with the long shadow of Lost cast front and centre, you know you can’t trust a thing that anyone says or does from start to finish.

Just as well The Maze Runner‘s Lost Boys are fine young performers to make this CGI-laden behemoth bearable; with Brits Will Poulter and Thomas Brodie-Sangster a cut above.

Emerging lost and terrified from a supply elevator, supposedly 16-year-old Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) has no memory bar his name of who he is or where he came from – but the thirty or so Lost Boys of The Glade quickly fill him in; they are at the centre of a massive, industrial maze which shifts nightly; no one trapped there after dark survives the Grievers. This is clearly some twisted adult’s idea of a science experiment, but to what end? Continue reading


Review: Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Guardians of the Galaxy movie posterSometimes feeling like a giant episode of the late lamented Firefly, it’s fun, inventive and spectacular to look at with some marvellous CGI work and a SCRIPT. An actual honest to goodness script. Some great performances, with the standout surprise that is Dave Bautista as the endearingly heartfelt vengeance-fuelled irony-free Drax stealing the show. Recommended. PH
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Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)Five years on: the ‘vikings’ are still inexplicably Scottish, their kids remain, more inexplicably, irritating all-American teens; Jay Baruschel still sounds like Tom Hanks; but the dragons and the flying sequences are even more thrilling. Just as well, given some dodgy politics.

At times terrifyingly dark, intense and scary, the kinetic theme-park ride can’t conceal the broadest-brushed life lessons in a hackneyed script. But why does Kate Blanchett’s character look like a space alien, and what’s with the borderline racism? Continue reading


Humour: iPad fitting experience

iPad fitting service - Clarks
iPad fitting experience – signage at Clarks Village, Street, Somerset

The cyborgs are here, and they’re powered by Apple. Question is where are they having the iPAD fitted?!?! RC

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