NEPB

AcronymDefinition
NEPBNATO Exercise Policy Board
NEPBNever Ending Pasta Bowl (Olive Garden)
NEPBNational Environmental Protection Bureau (China)
NEPBNational Enterprises Promotion Board
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NEPB offered homeowners the chance to release the equity in their properties by buying the properties and then renting them back to their former owners.
No jail sentence was long enough to make-up for the misery NEPB had caused her, she said.
When the scam collapsed, along with the financial crisis, tenants found their agreements were worthless and nominees were shocked to find they were responsible for the mortgage repayments, not NEPB.
The deal involved NEPB saying it would buy the property for 70% of its value, pay off any outstanding mortgages, and pay back a proportion of the net proceeds of sale.
Police probing NEPB arrested five people in Newcastle and Sunderland on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud.
We executed search warrants at NEPB's offices at the Team Valley.
The market value of the three-bedroom house at the time was pounds 73,000, but NEPB, as was their practice, bought for well below the standard rate at pounds 53,000.
I don't have a pension and we have no money in the bank so it seemed sensible." NEPB offered them pounds 110,000 for their house.
Purdie's "right-hand man" and former professional cricketer Michael Foster, 43, of The Meadows in Bournmoor, Houghton, County Durham, was a partner at NEPB and director of NHL.
Purdie's 'right-hand man' and former professional cricketer Michael Foster, 43, of The Meadows, Bournmoor, Houghton, County Durham, was a partner at NEPB and director of NHL.
Northumbria Police first became aware of potential problems with NEPB when detectives were alerted to irregularities by the Financial Services Authority.