Martin Lewis accidentally swears on This Morning during rant about online scammers and illegal websites

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THIS Morning expert Martin Lewis swore on the show today during an impassioned rant about online scammers.

The 48-year-old money guru, the victim of internet swindlers himself, fumed: “I think these s***es are outrageous.”

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Money saving expert Martin Lewis accidentally swore on This Morning

He was answering a question from a viewer who had been tricked out of nearly £100 when she tried to renew her driving license.

Dawn asked: “Have I been scammed? I renewed my driving license. When I got to the payments section it took me to another site where I paid £14 but instead they took £93.

“I contacted the DVLA and they told me it’s nothing to do with them. I’m over 70 years old and I feel like I’m being scammed.

He explained: “I call these sites shyster sites. They are quasi-legal” – explaining they have paid to be at the top of search engine search results.

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Phillip Schofield looked smiled nervously after the on-air slip-up
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They then process things like driving licenses, which cost very little, for an often much higher price.

Martin explained: “Have you been scammed? Legally, probably not. Morally? Certainly, in my view.

“I think these s***es are outrageous. That’s why I call them shysters. Quasi-legal. That’s not a swear word there so we’re fine.”

Phillip was then heard murmuring about having to apologise but giggled: “No, don’t worry. Roll it back.”

It seems Martin was trying to say ‘sites’ and ‘shysters’ at the same time leading to the unfortunate outburst.

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