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Bull in a mortgage shop

Secure Mortgages has taken on board the talents of ex-Wolves goal machine Steve Bull to unveil its new financial services shop in Wolverhampton.

The company, which specialises in sub-prime lending, is part of Secure Trust Banking which was founded 50 years ago and serves customers in the West Midlands and North of England. The Wolverhampton office brings the total number of Secure Mortgages branches to 28.

The Black Country goal-scoring legend, who scored 306 goals in 545 appearances for Wolverhampton Wanderers, met fans and signed autographs as the company opened of its city centre office today. Bull scored four goals for England and played in the 1990 World Cup in Italy.

Secure Mortgages managing director David Burns says: “Our goal is to help people get the very best mortgage deal to suit their individual circumstances and needs, even if they are having trouble getting a mortgage elsewhere.”

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