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SizeZero
6th June 2007, 12:08
Click the pretty link (http://uk.news.yahoo.com/pressass/20070606/tuk-mothers-to-name-and-shame-fathers-6323e80.html)


The Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission (C-MEC) will be able to deduct cash direct from non-payers' bank accounts, as well as take away their passports and impose curfews on them if they fail to support their children.

Deserved or going too far?

threaded
6th June 2007, 12:10
Deserved.

Causus Deli
6th June 2007, 12:20
Innocent until proven guilty, some women are evil, vindictive bitches, just because we ran off with a more sportier, better looking model.

Causus Deli
6th June 2007, 12:21
Some don't get a full choice in when the little ones arrive. Protect oneself boys. Evil women need naming and shaming, bringing in offspring to your vendetta is child cruelty and you should be on a charge.

Maxamus
6th June 2007, 12:23
this is redicilous.
It takes 2 to tango!

Causus Deli
6th June 2007, 12:25
this is redicilous.
It takes 2 to tango!Two to make an agreement and one to break it.

Swamp Thing
6th June 2007, 12:27
Click the pretty link (http://uk.news.yahoo.com/pressass/20070606/tuk-mothers-to-name-and-shame-fathers-6323e80.html)

Deserved or going too far?

Going too far. C-MEC (and its previous lame duck incarnation the CSA) cannot calculate payments correctly in the first place. They cock up direct debit payments, they harass fathers unnecessarily. And as for naming and shaming, bring it on. This will backfire on them as it will ironically publicise the crappy way in which they 'have a go' at fathers. C-MEC is incapable of looking at cases individually and deciding accordingly. It's easier and more cost-effective for them to start off with "All absent fathers are crap and we'll fleece them accordingly".

Did you know that if a father phones up CSA/C-MEC and challenges a payment calculation, the first thing the operative does is to mark him up on the system as a troublemaker? From then on in it's all uphill for the father. With such systemic prejudice abound, these latest developments come as no surprise...

Causus Deli
6th June 2007, 12:33
I paid 50% more than the maximum laid down by the CSA, they were never involved, I love my kids * shock horror dad loves kids *. 7 years, the house and all that dough, she now moves teenagers out because new dad doesn't like them in his newly acquired house (you know, mine). Real dad picks up bill again. Still she rages about what a tight fisted Father I am. Name and shame these women.

angusglover
6th June 2007, 12:51
If we can name and shame absent fathers...why won't they do it for paedos???

DodgyAgent
6th June 2007, 14:34
I paid 50% more than the maximum laid down by the CSA, they were never involved, I love my kids * shock horror dad loves kids *. 7 years, the house and all that dough, she now moves teenagers out because new dad doesn't like them in his newly acquired house (you know, mine). Real dad picks up bill again. Still she rages about what a tight fisted Father I am. Name and shame these women.

I dont really understand why she left you in the first place? who is her new man? El Duder by any chance?

sasguru
6th June 2007, 14:35
I dont really understand why she left you in the first place? who is her new man? El Duder by any chance?

:rollin: :rollin:

Clippy
6th June 2007, 14:40
Did you know that if a father phones up CSA/C-MEC and challenges a payment calculation, the first thing the operative does is to mark him up on the system as a troublemaker? From then on in it's all uphill for the father. With such systemic prejudice abound, these latest developments come as no surprise...

That's because the call centre is staffed by divorced women! :wink

Clippy
6th June 2007, 14:41
I paid 50% more than the maximum laid down by the CSA, they were never involved, I love my kids * shock horror dad loves kids *. 7 years, the house and all that dough, she now moves teenagers out because new dad doesn't like them in his newly acquired house (you know, mine). Real dad picks up bill again. Still she rages about what a tight fisted Father I am. Name and shame these women.

You could be onto something here.

Perhaps you care to get the ball rolling...

sasguru
6th June 2007, 14:43
You could be onto something here.

Perhaps you care to get the ball rolling...

Come now, you know CD is all pants and no trousers, as it were.