Licensing and Syndication Department
The Angry Policyholders website (APHW) was founded by Christopher and Nicola Hargreaves in 2013, to help consumers in their hour of need and to help raise awareness of important consumer issues in the insurance and financial sectors. Also, Christopher works as an investigative journalist, specialising in complex criminal and consumer cases which are deemed to be in the public and/or national interest.
Christopher and Nicola work tirelessly to help make a difference to consumers lives on a voluntary basis, dedicating their time and resources to cover the day to day running costs themselves. To help financially support the great work Christopher and Nicola do, Numquam Desistas Limited are instructed to act on their behalf, APHW and The APH Team to manage the licensing, syndication of copyrighted material published on angrypolicyholders.com.
All content is protected by copyright and should not be republished without written permission. Not all content, such as images, videos or articles are controlled by Numquam Desistas Limited if the content carries a third party copyright notice. However, we will always work to assist individuals, publications and companies to access the original copyright holder or their licensing or syndication agents within 2-4 hours of a request.
Charities, non-for-profit and other publications
We are proud to support small publications including forums, blogs and non-commercial websites, along with non-for-profit organisations and charities. Subject to the condition articles cannot be cut or edited in any way without prior permission, we provide licensing and syndication free of charge (excluding any third party content) if your publications falls into one of the aforementioned categories. In return we ask you gain written permission prior to republication and that a credit to the writer and angrypolicyholders.com be placed within the article.
Please note that reproduction of images, photographs or videos may carry a charge, even if the copyright is owned Numquam Desistas Limited.
Third Party content
Thanks to the fantastic generosity of third parties angrypolicyholder.com sometimes publishes images or videos with special permission from the original copyright holder(s). If you have seen an image or video carrying a third party copyright notice, APH will assist you in putting you in touch with the licensing or syndication team acting on behalf of the copyright holder.
Also, APH publishes articles which are written on our behalf by independent third parties in relation to financial, insurance or consumers news. These articles are published under individual arrangements and permission must be granted to republish these articles on third party websites or in print by putting your request in writing. We can assist with seeking permission from the original author by contacting them on your behalf.
Letters and stories
We do not syndicate individual Letters to APH as the copyright is held by the author and you will need to approach them directly for permission. Due to Data Protection and confidentiality we cannot supply the addresses of members of the public if they have not been published, however, you can write to them care of The Editor, at angrypolicyholders.com requesting permission to reproduce.
For articles which cover personal stories where readers have contacted APH standard licensing and syndication terms apply and permission must be obtained to reproduce content. Where images, photographs, videos or personal documentation belonging to a third party may carry a cost or permission could be refused by the copyright holder.
Logos, images and videos
The angrypolicyholder.com logo, APH caricature, Angry Man image and images relating to Christopher and Nicola are available to download for your publication fee of charge. To access these images please click here.
We can also provide the media and press with images or video footage taken during investigations The images or videos are either from covert or overt investigations and are available for purchase or on a licencing agreement. To access the footage and images you will need to register here.