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Post by paulab » 15 Dec 2017 09:21

It was jacobs i was wrapping presents with my son for their auntie and they knock on door. i dont let them in and tell them i talk to council so they go away. They did but later when i went take rubbish to the bin they walk past me and straight in back door. they started unwrap presents I had just wrap and all my son presents said they want 600 or they take it all. my son was in tear. they left but say they come back and take it all and tree as well and can smash door down if i dont have 600 by 9 in morning. was i hobson enforcement agant and a college

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Post by Schedule 12 » 15 Dec 2017 13:18

Jacobs Bailiff walks into a home and unwrapped children's Christmas presents. I think you should approach the media. It's a good Christmas story. Here is how to approach the media.

http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/ap ... media.html
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Post by paulab » 20 Dec 2017 13:17

I got notice saying 23 december REMOVAL and list to sign. List has on christmas present XBOX and light fitting outside the front door so i need to sign to stop breaking in and locksmith they have taken my garden bench but not listed but says now they have taken garden bench they can get into my home cos they have property goods help

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Post by paulab » 20 Dec 2017 13:25

they can search my house and all cubbords

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Post by Schedule 12 » 20 Dec 2017 13:58

That is called a doormat levy. It counts for nothing.

They are messing you about.
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Post by Pote Snitkin » 20 Dec 2017 15:07

Don't sign anything, it's not valid. It needed to be signed at the time. If they've taken the bench and not recorded it then report it as a theft.

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Post by paulab » 20 Dec 2017 15:53

they been in my house though so they can break in? but i sign nothing at all it just a list of what they found on friday and i didn't sign it i was not even ask to sign he just said he be back i have lock all doors but i have to go out do i take as much as i can with me or does that break law boond goods? i thank you for your help im terrified ian hobson is his name he is nasty

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Post by paulab » 20 Dec 2017 15:58

they broke my wreath on my front door too when they moved it to see house number

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Post by Schedule 12 » 20 Dec 2017 16:24

How do you know the bailiff broke the wreath? and whether it was to see the house number.

If you saw him breaking it, then the bailiff was already at the door, so he knew it was your address. He wouldn't need to break the wreath. Its otherwise criminal damage, but don't expect the police to act on it. About 20 years ago, my house was burgled and nicked electrical tools, they broke a flower pot on the way out and the police said it was "criminal damage" but never acted on it. However, credit where due, the police did get my stuff back from a local lad's parents garage. They recognised the burglar from CCTV.
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Post by paulab » 22 Dec 2017 09:28

I saw him do it to wreath he say he needed to take photo of my door to prove he been and he ripped it off door. he came back at 6.30 this morning saying pay £1000 or xmas is cancelled cos they can break in tomorrow 23 december and take everything in my house

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Post by Schedule 12 » 22 Dec 2017 10:34

Bailiffs cannot break in private homes. Let him sing for it.
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