Thursday, 24 April 2008

Debt & demolition

What honest person wouldn't sympathise with this story:

A builder who was not paid for the £22,000 porch and conservatory he built for a customer has taken revenge by demolishing his own handiwork.

Story here in the Telegraph.

7 comments:

  1. What a thoroughly uncompromising man.

    His name wasn't Howard Roark by any chance?

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  2. Elijah Lineberry24 Apr 2008, 14:22:00

    Good for him!

    As someone who was the victim of a total of $81,397-42 plus gst in bad debts from customers when I had my publishing company, people who do not pay what they owe really annoy me.

    I am most impressed at the direct action this chap took.

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  3. victim of a total of $81,397-42 plus gst in bad debts from customers when I had my publishing company, people who do not pay what they owe really annoy me

    Bullshit Elijah. It might have been you owing other people when you were running your publishing company. That's why you had to liquidate your publishing company so that to avoid anyone taking legal action against you for money you owe. Since then, you've turned up as a forex trader.

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  4. Elijah Lineberry24 Apr 2008, 16:25:00

    Oh Natalie..gosh..what a silly girl you are. Vivid imagination.

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  5. Oh gosh - funny how everything can be traced these days isn't it? There is no privacy you know.

    Pleased it isn't just me, anon.

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  6. Send this man your best wishes: http://www.nigelgrayhomeimprovements.co.uk/contactus.html

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