How I Was Ripped Off by Chantel Sim

March 29, 2010

Sometimes you try to solve problems in a dignified, legal, civilised way when someone does you wrong. And sometimes that just doesn’t work, because the people at fault don’t seem to care about the law, or ethics, or honour – or any normal human interaction which could resolve issues.

Sometimes, the only way to make people who steal understand that there are consequences of their actions is to name and shame.

Hence the new page on this blog: THE HALL OF SHAME.

The dubious honour of being first cab of the rank is a sub-landlord who thinks she can get away with stealing my money. Not so, Chantel, not so.



One comment

  1. I will certainly be very careful. Thank you for the advice.
    Any progress on your end?

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