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milanbenes
16th September 2005, 13:23
take a few minutes to read some of the stories on the Watchdog web page starting with this one


http://www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog/reports/home/home_20050322_2.shtml

they are excellent.

Watchdog should make a yearly annual with the best stories

Milan.

shaunbhoy
16th September 2005, 13:36
Nearly as funny as the one about the slack-jawed tape-swapping numpty that had ploughed his life savings into a jerry-built lean-to on a Czech floodplain. How we laughed!!
:rollin:

The Late, Great JC
16th September 2005, 13:45
Nearly as funny as the one about the slack-jawed tape-swapping numpty that had ploughed his life savings into a jerry-built lean-to on a Czech floodplain. How we laughed!!
:rollin:


At least it keeps "the swimming pool" topped up... :rollin:

WageSlave
16th September 2005, 14:17
I like this one about a man 'made' to sign a contract with an energy supplier.


Unable to communicate or to read and understand a contract, they feel that their dad was an easy target for these sales people.

If he is that bad, what the fook is he doing answering the door? Should be strapped to a chair.

DimPrawn
16th September 2005, 14:27
Spencer Michael has chosen not to answer the specific questions Watchdog put to him. He maintains he has always acted in his clients' best interests and contrary to what we saw in the film, says he has not overpriced properties or refused to return deposits. As for the £100,000 price difference, he blames that on a downturn in the property market.

Is he seriously trying to say house prices are falling? :rollin:

Jabberwocky
16th September 2005, 14:32
This is a copy-cat post - I demand justice from the moderators - this is intellectual property theft in its most blatant form.

http://forums.contractoruk.com/thread3575.html

hyperD
16th September 2005, 14:33
If he is that bad, what the fook is he doing answering the door? Should be strapped to a chair.
Class!