For those who haven’t already seen it, this is the Official Trailer for The Great British Mortgage Swindle, the coruscating documentary feature film, which is now the most talked about documentary feature film in virtual memory.
In the wake of the US sub-prime mortgage crisis, the UK housing market collapsed, the reality of which was much more shocking that the public ever imagined.
Insolvent banks were lending money they didn’t have; mortgage fraud had been common practice for decades; conveyancing solicitors were giving illegal advice; whilst the police were violently enforcing the selective
application of the law.
Then, when all seemed lost, a call to action rallied thousands from all over Britain, in support of the mavericks who took on the might of the banks, armed with nothing except the facts.
Nine years in the making, The Great British Mortgage Swindle is an urgently prescient, emotionally compelling and ultimately uplifting film, which lifts the lid on institutionalised mortgage fraud, the selective application of the law and the brutality of eviction by court order.
Here’s What People Are Saying About The Film
“A hard-hitting account of malpractice by UK mortgage lenders and the complicity of UK courts.
It documents a remedy available to potentially millions of mortgagors across England and Wales, thanks to the tenacious and fearless work of the documentary makers and a grassroots movement seeking justice for mortgagors wronged by the financial sector.”
Anthony O’Tierney, Accounting & Finance Lecturer at Leicester University.
“Wow! everyone must see this movie.
If you have a mortgage you must see this movie, If your up for real world truth then you must see this movie, if you believe in any kind of justice you must see this movie.
These guy’s are hero’s forging history in a world of mass corruption.“
“Finally the truth of the corruption of the system against the people. A brave documentary – big thank you to all involved.“
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