Ipswich Unemployed Action.

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A4e Edinburgh and Community Task Force fraud

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Major revelations in 2012 that A4e have defrauded the taxpayer under every contract awarded from the taxpayer. The latest is major systemic fraud, beyond forging signatures and the usual claiming job outcomes with deceit but spoof training sessions to deceive officials investigating the firm in 2010.

Despite all this, A4e have held on to every single contract that it currently is in receipt of. Calls of contract suspension has been set aside for stronger calls for permanent contract termination across the board and for board members to be prosecuted with custodial sentences. 

Vast anger

Anger has erupted on the internet with individuals prepared to create “task forces” to take matters in their own hands whilst politicians and civil servants refuse to terminate contracts although close to a billion pound could have been defrauded from the taxpayer since A4e started from contracts obtained by corruption and job outcomes obtained by fraud.

Such direct action has been proposed to commence with “peaceful sit ins” although some were more sinister threatening to inflict damage on A4e’s property, block up phone lines with non-stop calls, email spamming, and DoS attacks to A4e’s websites to ensure A4e could no longer trade illegally.  We are in no doubt at Ipswich Unemployed Action that those undertaking the aforementioned activities would be put in front of the courts immediately.

A4e Edinburgh

Government inspectors were checking A4e was filling its contractual obligations in Spring 2012 under the Community Task Force contract. Amy Rae, a former manager, led a team instructed from the top, to send jobseekers home and claim job outcomes for 1 day jobs on construction sites. There was no “authorised” funding to provide training sessions although A4e were paid £950 per jobseeker.

There were no training facilities to speak of and never any training staff… except when the DWP inspectors came. Amy Rae created a spoof training session for this visit. Lets hope A4e manager of 6 years Amy Rae gets prosecuted also!

Nice money to be made

Not only does it make nice company profits whilst defrauding the taxpayer and not providing services as you promised to get the contract, Ipswich Unemployed Action can reveal in the same year, a single company share worth 5p, yielded over a million percent dividend of £617.47!! Yes… Of course, there was far more than one share…

If you paid in £1 of shares (20 of that share class, all being 5p) you would have made just over £12,349


Written by Universal Jobmatch

March 8, 2012 at 10:36 am

Posted in a4e, Action 4 employment, DWP

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  1. Thank god all of this is coming to light with A4E.

    While your at it investigate all of the other private providers as well, such as INGEUS, BEST and all the others, because they all operate the same way, they have to because the rules and contracts are made up by the DWP.


    Obi Wan Kenobi

    March 8, 2012 at 6:22 pm

  2. If you paid in £100 you would now be a millionare, I wish I had known about this when it first got going, I would have definately done it.

    Missed chances.

    Obi Wan Kenobi

    November 2, 2012 at 11:36 am

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