Chief Trading Standards Officer, David Riley said, "We're concerned that victims may be bullied into paying out of sheer panic.
What does CTSO stand for?
CTSO stands for Chief Trading Standards Officer (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Anglesey's Chief Trading Standards officer David Riley said: "It's clear that the main source of alcohol for underage youths is actually adults buying it on their behalf, be it a stranger on the street or more likely an older friend, parent or family member.
Chief trading standards officer Christopher Roe said: "As soon as we got wind of what was happening, we were able to step in and put a stop to this unpleasant scam.
Lancashire's chief trading standards officer Jim Potts said: "This is a classic case.
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Shropshire's chief trading standards officer David Walker said: 'We asked them to sign their autographs with a similar pen on a similar surface to help with the handwriting analysis, and we have no doubts that the shirt is fake.
Northumberland chief trading standards officer Mick King said later: "Foot-and-mouth disease cost the country an estimated pounds 8bn in 2001 and we want to do everything we can to make sure it never happens again.
Chief trading standards officer Laurence Bell said the lollies were being tested.