Banks, Solicitors, Receivers, Ex-Tenants

What do you do when banks, government and dishonest people are busy trying to bend you over and screw you in the ass? Take a stand and say NO!

Then see what happens when the hunters become the hunted as I think it’s time to declare that Fair Hunting season is now Open!

It has been an interesting year so far. I’ve had challenges with tyrannical banks (as they are technically bankrupt!) their Nazi solicitors who don’t stand for justice or what is right, only doing as the ‘system’ says – and Receivers claiming to represent individuals on false pretenses and with a lack of loyalty to the person they owe the care and duty.

  • If you have issues with the Bank of Scotland, Bank Receivers, Bank Solicitors and want to share your experiences and information – then contact me now. Experience and knowledge shared will show who is acting honourably and what you can do in such circumstances when the system judges you guilty before being given a fair trial. You are also welcome to repost this information on any other forum with a link back to here.

Let’s not forget the two ex-tenants with outstanding rent; when asked to confirm how much they had paid and to settle the difference, they decided to make a spurious counter-claim instead. Why provide the info and claim fault when you can lie and see how much you can make – blame those where there’s blame (sic), there’s a claim ads and lawyers. The crazy thing is that the individuals in question are the prime suspects in a criminal investigation for vandalism, upset with the Court Summons they smashed a window where they thought my office was – the CCTV and new cameras came in handy eventually. There is such a thing as justice, no matter how or when it is delivered.

Then to finish off, a property that had been turned into a drug den that was then trashed by the police as well and is now being cleaned up (I’ve never seen guys that happy as they cleared rubbish, must be something in the spring air). So at least someone has been happy this month.

  • Should any of the cases not be dealt with satisfactorily, then All documents and communication with banks, courts, tenants etc. will be made available public record along with names of individuals, addresses and proven facts to prevent this happening to other people. 

 If you’re prepared to say or do anything then be prepared to stand by it – as your future depends on your reputation and the world is getting smaller (and some of you reading will be getting worried if I’m talking about you!)  You don’t mess with someone with nothing to lose, so what’s your loss/gain risk ratio?

With Banks not being sympathetic to customers or wanting to help, whilst milking every penny that they can. Having received the taxpayers money from the government they want even more back from the people as well – how many times over do they want us to pay money on fake debts?  Whilst those in Government are fighting over who gets to take and spend more of our money in the future (maybe we should give the Liberal Democrats a try, as they don’t have a track record in screwing citizens and people over, yet!)

Who stands a chance to win against fictional corporations, legal systems and liars? Well the honest souls who do what is right and tell the truth of course. After all, words are powerful and the truth rings true, as opposed to the hollow sound that a fraudulent story makes. Bring it on… 

[Rant over]

Communication – Power of words

I was playing football and shouted for a handball. Everyone stopped and after debating for a minute or two they decided it wasn’t a foul. That was when one of my team players turned round and said “Shut up Bobby!”
Well I wasn’t expecting that but decided to take it literally, after all he was a ‘better’ player than me (his opinion, not mine).

As the game went on I was unable to shout for the ball when I was in a good position so we missed opportunities. There was another obvious handball but I couldn’t call it, waiting for someone else to – but everyone played on. When my team mate was being chased down by the opposition, I didn’t shout ‘man on’ so he was taken unaware and tackled. Clearly none of this was beneficial for anyone.

I couldn’t figure out why it always appears that our communication issues are always someone else’s fault!?
So even though the communication was clear for me to not say anything, by me not communicating meant it made the game worse for my team too. A lot of the camaraderie and fun of playing football also disappeared.  Think I’ll say what I feel is right next time and let the ‘better’ players let their football skills do the talking instead.

How do you communicate with people? Words can be very powerful – even by merely using them or not. Clarity is also important to make sure your message is received. You can use positive words to inspire your team as easily as using negative words to discourage them.

The words that come out of your mouth really do create your reality. What words do you hear every day in your environment and from the people around you? More importantly, how clearly do you communicate and the mind the language that you use?

Sometimes it’s better to say nothing at all. Did you know that Buckminster Fuller took a “year of silence” during which he pondered his purpose in life?

Happy thoughts lead to happy words and vice versa. Putting a smile on someone face is just as easy as not doing. What choice will you consciously make next time you open your mouth?

10 Words to Delete from Your Vocabulary

“Words are powerful because they shape our thoughts, determine our actions, and chart the course of our lives. This is true whether the words are positive, giving hope and encouragement, or negative utterances that steal our joy and confidence.

Wherever we are in our lives, personal relationships, or careers, the words we have used consistently are partly responsible.

This fact should prompt us to become more aware of our words, and when needed, to change them so that we can begin to get the results we really desire.

Recently, during a particularly challenging period, I discovered that I was using some of the following words far too often to get the favorable results I sought.

1. Can’t
The use of this word is primarily responsible for countless hopes and dreams lying dormant on the “drawing boards” of our lives. Completely eliminate your use of this word and you will see a significant positive change in your life.

2. But
When used as a conjunction, “but” negates whatever statement that precedes it.” I want to study law, but it will take a lot of hard work.” Your mind does not focus on your desire to become a lawyer or judge; it only sees the hard work you will need to perform. Replace “but” with “and.”

3. Should
Any statement that uses the word “should” generally elicits guilt. “I should go to the gym,” makes you feel guilty for not going. Replace this word with “choose,” as in, “I choose to go to the gym, or I choose not to go to the gym today.”

4. Maybe
This word indicates indecision, doubt, or uncertainty as to a course of action. For example, “Maybe I’d better wait to…”

For those of us interested in personal development, “maybe” should be used very sparingly. Use “I will” or “I will not” instead of maybe. The mere sound of the more positive words emits feelings of confidence and resolve which are so important to our personal well-being.

5. Soon or Later
Both are indefinite references to time. They are also non-committal. They should be replaced with a definite time and date. When someone tells you he or she is going to do something “soon” or “later,” there is no way to determine when whatever it is will get done. Imagine what could happen to deadlines and your integrity when these words are used frequently.

6. Someday
Someday, like soon or later, is much too indefinite, and when it is used, it shows the same lack of commitment. Replace “someday” with a specific date and time.

7. Never
This word is absolute, and there are only limited situations when “never” is absolutely true. The use of this word, in my opinion, suggests a closed mind, which seriously hinders our self-growth efforts. The word “never” should be replaced with a non-absolute term.

8. Won’t
The word “won’t” implies an unwillingness, reluctance, or closed mindedness, and like the absolute term “never,” it is quite harmful because it closes the door on many of the actions we need to take to reach our goals.

9. If
This is a small word that carries large doubts and uncertainties, and when used often, it gnaws away at our confidence and intended actions, two qualities necessary for any type of success.

10. Try or (I’ll Try)
I don’t know about you, but each time someone has said these words to me, or the few times that I have used them in conversations with others, whatever the subject of “I’ll try” was, rarely, if ever, got done. Replace “I’ll try” with “I will.”

These words must be given serious thought before we use them in our “self talk” or in the conversations we have with others.

We must remember this: Our words affect our thoughts, our actions, our very lives, and because of their power, we must choose them with the utmost care.”

Author: Barbara J. Henry is a published author, (Journaling: Twenty Plus Reasons Why You Should Start Now), Personal Development Expert, poet, and avid reader of books on self-growth, spirituality, and personal development, which are also the subjects of her blogs.