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PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2015 7:44 am 
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moondog wrote:
Jamie should have done a little research - he didn't and now he's turned vindictive, possibly because of his own failings here.

That's a bit much though by implying it was solely the punter's fault here.

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2015 10:51 pm 
Jamie9669 wrote:
Strike 1 is 50 percent complete, it looks like Suzi (Shelley) has been claiming housing benefit and job seekers allowance and not declared any additional income for the past 5 years - a mate of mate gonna has all the details of her extra working practices as an escort and she at the very least lose her benefits and might even be charged with fraud in the end! They assume at HMRC apparently that all escorts / adult arts workers earn above the threshold! There are more ways to cook an egg than just fry it, anything I was to do that was rather naughty I could hardly post it could I, Think that would be rather stupid as it I would incriminate myself!

Rubbish, why would HMRC assume escorts earn above the threshold? You can not assume, you need a self assessment(tax return) to determine it.

Go kick her door down and get your money back or swallow it like a man.

PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:21 am 
Jamie9669 - why are you allowing this thief (won't call her an escort and her accomplice) to control your thoughts and feelings so long after the event? Are you angry in the car from others who won't get out of YOUR way, are you angry when someone accidentally pushes into you in a shopping centre or angry for a whole host of reasons that happened way in the past?!! Or are you angry with yourself for choosing this person?

You'll make yourself ill and taking revenge is a really daft idea, let it go, two wrongs do not make a right. Ok you lost some money, you could look at it that you were not harmed and your car was not damaged. Best thing to do is report her to Adultwork, it's on the bottom on each profile. Even if she deactivates this profile temporarily and comes up with a new name her AW number remains the same. ... -behavior/

PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:56 am 
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I don't think the Jamester is doing a bad thing at all... He has notified the authorities that she is a benefit cheat, I think everyone that works hard, and pays their taxes should be grateful to him for the action he has taken.
If she is caught, it will save countless others being robbed... That surely has to be a good thing, right?
In my opinion, these robberies can easily turn violent.
Hats off Jamie... You had the balls to do something, when others didn't.

Arise Sir Jamie

PostPosted: Thu Oct 29, 2015 2:16 pm 
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A good discreet anonymous move Jamie. HMRC will treat her as guilty, unless she can prove herself innocent. If she was cohabiting with the thug it could make her explanations more difficult. Enjoy.

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