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  • jpkeates
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    Another bulletin from the creative mind ofColinHH

    Recording yourself committing a crime is an interesting approach.

    Care to share some screenshots?

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  • ColinHH
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    News Flash From A Covid-Free And Very Sunny Algarve, Portugal (With Today's Forecast Set at 29
    ℃)


    Without any Court proceedings or any procedures, the Tenant's belongings were thrown into the street and the locks were changed!!!!

    I had the pleasure of watching the whole footage as Steve, my man about London town, went to my property yesterday and was wearing a Go Pro Hero 8 chest-mounted body camera and videoed the whole lot. Tenant's full belongings thrown into the bus lane on one of North London's busiest roads and locks changed.

    Job done. Rat out. No more rent arrears. Done and dusted.

    This is one happy man in the Algarve. Glad I didn't take any of your advice, as the advice you dispensed was the stuff of armchair wannabe lawyers, the sort who hold their annual conference in a cheap rent-a-room-by-the-hour hotel. Bye!

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  • jpkeates
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    Originally posted by landlord-man View Post
    IF we now stop responding to him, he will get bored and find other mugs to wind up.
    The problem with not responding is that people who read these forums to find information might think that these fantasies are real.

    Encouraging people to waste police time and attempt theft is slightly more than "trolling".

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  • landlord-man
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    Time for the Mods to actually realise ColinHH is simplty trolling for amusement.

    Here's his reply on another thread.........

    05-06-2021, 08:22 AM
    What we did was find where the tenant was living, do a search on Land Registry to find the registered owner of the property, write to him to inform him that his new tenant is an absconder who left without settling rent arrears. We then arranged to attend the property, and alerted the police that the tenant had been sniffing poppers and they attended for a drugs raid. At the same moment, we demanded the tenant pay the rent arrears and we attempted to remove goods from the house (widescreen TV, computers, laptops). Typical police didn't show up until after we had left.


    IF we now stop responding to him, he will get bored and find other mugs to wind up.

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  • DPT57
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    Sounds like ColinHH has the tenant he deserves.

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  • Ted.E.Bear
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    Originally posted by ColinHH View Post
    Why do you think I would come on here and waste my time by asking questions if this hasn't happened?
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfmkrj6

    "Dr Mark Griffiths, Professor of Behavioural Addiction at Nottingham Trent University said: “Most people troll others for either revenge, for attention seeking, for boredom, and for personal amusement.”"

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  • nukecad
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    Whatever your residency status in Portugal (and the UK) as from Tuesday you will be required to quarantine/self-isolate for 10 days on your return to the UK.

    But something gives me the impression that you'll think that legal requirements shouldn't apply to you and just ignore that requirement anyway.

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  • ColinHH
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    Originally posted by nukecad View Post
    Looks like you picked the wrong time to fly to Portugal, 10 days quarantine on return (unless you get back quickly).
    No, not at all.... as a longterm holiday home owner, I achieved Portuguese Residency status for my holiday home on the Algarve and am entitled to be here. Whilst it rains all over the UK and is a paltry 10c with no sign of summer in sight, here it's 28c with a blue sky!

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  • theartfullodger
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    Karma...... What goes around come around...

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  • nukecad
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    Originally posted by ColinHH View Post
    I am at the airport now as I'm flying off to Portugal to my holiday home ...
    Looks like you picked the wrong time to fly to Portugal, 10 days quarantine on return (unless you get back quickly).

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  • Lara
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    Originally posted by islandgirl View Post
    This has to be a wind up. There has been a couple on here over the last few days.
    Collin the Caterpillar?

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  • islandgirl
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    " signed up with an eviction specialist on the Romford Road in East Ham and they are currently doing a BOGOF"
    Really? I willl order a second bag of popcorn folks

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  • jpkeates
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    Originally posted by ColinHH View Post
    . I was wondering if a call to the DWP Fraud Team that she is working whilst claiming benefits might result in an investigation which would suspend her benefits and start the ball rolling? Has anyone tried this technique?
    You can do that. It won’t affect your attempts to evict, though.
    Most benefits recipients who aren’t pensioners work.


    Or perhaps disconnecting the electricity and gas?
    Again, that would be a criminal offence.

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  • theartfullodger
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    Done any training in landlord/tenant law Colin? I ask as when I started I thought I knew what I was doing. Oh my stupidity, ah the Hubris. Started learning, still learning, still making mistakes.
    .
    .....

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  • boletus
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    Originally posted by ColinHH View Post
    Or perhaps disconnecting the electricity and gas?
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Further 'evidence' for stricter landlord legislation?

    Originally posted by ColinHH View Post
    Has anyone tried this technique?
    Peter Rachman tried it in the 1950's.

    (As this poster has been reported and the moderators have ignored it, they now seem fair game for ridicule.)

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