Tuesday 28 September 2010

Debt Management's sick story

Spread across the news today is a sad story of exploitation, with debt management organisations abusing their status and making people's desperate financial situation even worse in the midst of the recession.

Today's OFT report has some disturbing insights:

"In some cases, it appears that business models may be set up to take the maximum amount of money from a consumer regardless of their circumstances," the report said.
"Firms are not giving the advice or offering the solution that is in the best interests of the consumer, but instead that which is most profitable to them."

Undercover Capitalist Workers have been able to discover this exclusive story of the worst abuser. Going under the name of 'HMRC' and being led by known charlatan David Hairnet, this organisation is praying in innocent taxpayers.

The greedy thieves behind this shady organisation are known to report to  capo di capo George Osborne; their aims are to defraud innocent people of as much of their wealth as possible in order for it to be used for secretive Government 'Debt Management' purposes.

The scam takes in its victims in the following way. Ordinary UK subjects going about their daily work and are sent inflammatory demanding they pay taxes. Call centres for the'HMRC' are set-up to strong arm people with threats of kangaroo court action and big fines for non-compliance. Failure to agree to making payments results either in the criminals directly assessing someones PAYE and deducting funds directly or the corrupt judiciary and police becoming involved (it is though in desperation for finance, the Police and their Unions are willing to take money from any sources) and possible imprisonment.

"There is no question there are lots of cowboys in the industry," said Michael Land, chairman of Demsa {the industry body for Debt Management] who welcomed the OFT report.

There are few ways to avoid entrapment, one is to simply never take a job to deny the Government PAYE access - this is a route taken by estimated 15% of the Country. The other increasingly attractive alternative to is move to abroad to a less corrupt Country.


Anonymous said...

How about a larger type face?

Tony_E said...

That would have been funny, if it wasn't so close to the truth.

Bill Quango MP said...

Had some scam merchant round yesterday.Obviously a fraudster. He only had a clipboard and a ten-a-penny laminated I.D card.

He claimed that everyone who has a television has to pay £142.50 a year.
I asked him if he thought I was gullible enough to pay a 'window' tax as well and told him to sling his hook, the cheeky prankster.

Anonymous said...

Anon: Try control+shift++++. Or at the top of the page View+Zoom.

Seasy wen u no 'ow