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Rogue Clothing Bank trader using brand of Local Charity

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Local charity TinyLife has issued a warning to residents in the local area about a rogue clothing bank trader using the TinyLife brand to attract donations.

“It has been brought to our notice that a rogue clothing bank trader is using the TinyLife branding on bins to attract clothing donations.”

“PLEASE DO NOT USE THESE BANKS as they are not genuine and not connected to TinyLife. If you see one of these bins please advise us of the location immediately by calling 02890 815050.”

“The clothing banks have already been spotted in the Portstewart and Coleraine areas. Please share to help us stop this fraudulent actvity.”

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