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    Hello,

    My case is similar to the various other threads posted on this topic. As a naive 18 y.o I stupidly picked up a phone after a party, couldn't find the owner and eventually sold it. I received a police caution for, theft by finding. The incident was 5 years ago. I am aware that I must declare this on a DBS check.

    I have one comping up at a new company on Tuesday. The company provides insurance and is regulated by the FCA. Could anyone shed any light on the rigidity of the FCA guidelines or requirements etc.

    Essentially is this going to render me unemployable to this company? (Note: they are asking me to complete the form on my first day of employment)

    What is the best action to take?

    Any help is much appreciated.

    Kind regards,

    Ed1987
 
 
 
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