47 Comments on "Jason Bennison Liar, Con Man, Cheat and registered Bankrupt"
Jason Bennison, perhaps we shouldn’t pick on him, he is mentally challenged(true) but when he writes thing like this.
With special damages, for example, proven damages such as an invoice for £500 to send a flat bed truck to collect an unlawfully taken car from a bailiffs compound, and a rental car invoice, the court discretion is taken away. The claimant has a statutory right to relief under section 3 of the Torts (Interference.with Goods) Act 1977.
Special damages also includes an electician to be called out to reconnect a TV set after a bailiff unplugged it. A bailiff company paid just over £220 just to put someones TV and set top box back together.
I’ll do your claim, but so long as you know its not the strongest one Ive done.
Jason show us all one of these you have done. This is what’s called a lie. Actually you have never won anything for anyone. Not even yourself.
Zeke says”we the tax payer”.
The man is a total nonsense. He has just avoided paying legitimate bills for £50000 for goods sake.
All the companies he as been involved in, he has never entered a single account. He has never payed tax,ni or anything else in his life.
Not even council tax, because he has never owned a property.
He has survived for all of his adult life on conning people and handouts from his mother
Seems Zeke is sinking further into his delusional state.
You wouldn’t think, by the way he talks that he is a recently discharged bankrupt without the proverbial pot to piss in.
The Pimp seems to have copied Dodgeballs thread from CAG . I think he has the wrong end of the stick again. Pratt
” How to book a holiday without being caught.” ??
No idea why he should think dodgeball should be caught. I dont think he has ever had a credit card, this is the second time I have seen this kind of confusion by him.
I wonder of they have stopped giving him one, because of his mental incapacity?
Zeke BENNISON Say
by zeke » 10 Sep 2019 10:17
If you are the debtor, then you apply for a detailed assessment under CPR 84.16 because the enforcement power had been revoked by a statutory declaration and the fees are not applicable. You cannot make a concurrent claim to recover the fine element of the money taken because you are not the person who suffered a loss. I recommend instructing a solicitor for this because you get your costs well & truly paid by the bailiff company. You must exhibit a copy of the statutory declaration you posted to the court.
O NO NO . Zeke or Jason whichever
There is absolutely no need for a solicitor no need for a hearing of any sort unless he pleaded innocent, and definitely no need to give you any cash.
And definitely it will cost him like all the others who follow your advice,
honestly Zeke Bennison, how do you expect to keep your anonymity if you keep giving the same wrong advice? You stick out like a sore thumb.
You really should listen to the brickie, advice much improved. Would be nice if he understood what he says instead of just mimicking dodgeball, but you cannot have everything.