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Don't just rant on here about it then! Do something about it.
Report them to Advertising Standards Authority (false advertising, implying
they're a company they're not) and Company's House (fraud, trying to pass
themselves off on the reputation of a past company).
The guy I spoke to at Company's House was very helpful and said they'd
launch an investigation. I said I'd follow it up in a couple of weeks or so.
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