Saturday, 14 May 2011

Oh, Mr Norfolk…

…you are far, far more reasonable about this than I would be:
Mr Norfolk said: 'I don't believe their statement and offer to return what's rightfully mine makes up for their incompetence, not to mention the financial loss I have incurred from the mortgage interest charges.'
I’d want their heads on a silver platter.

Well, maybe not their heads….

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where's a mad Bulgarian when tou need one...

Ed said...

"the initial £25 charge spiralled to £400, nearly costing Ian Norfolk his house"

I knew houses in Hull were cheap, but...

PT said...

Commercial TV is overflowing with adverts for ambulance-chasing lawyers. Are Councils bullet-proof, too hard a target to acquire their very own type of legal predators?
Mind you, it's always the poor bloody taxpayer who gets stung in the end, isn't it; arrogant, incompetent seat-warmers' heads never seem to roll.

SadButMadLad said...

Not forgetting his time either. Time is not free you know.

JuliaM said...

"I knew houses in Hull were cheap, but..."

Heh!

"Mind you, it's always the poor bloody taxpayer who gets stung in the end, isn't it..."

Spot on! It needs to start costing them jobs, not more of our money.

"Not forgetting his time either. Time is not free you know."

Good point. And yet, it's always left out of the equation.