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2017 – Best Ever Year!
Jason Bennison (Zeke)
Dealing with Bailiffs
Pretences and fantasies
Money Making Schemes
Magistrate court fines
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Odd Posts strange ideas
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Jason Bennison (Zeke) trading as Jay Carpenter Consulting Ltd – unqualified, uninsured, former bankrupt
Jason Bennison is now trading under the name of Jay Carpenter Consulting Ltd Zeke, yet another alias for Jason Bennison. ...
Mutiny on the Bounty
Looks like all is not well on Bennison's sinking ship. Not only is he in dire straits financially, desperate for paying clients and very likely ...
BHF advice costs debtor over twice the original debt in fees
Here we have a poster who, of their own admission, is not well acquainted with fora. They say they received one letter, presumably the notice ...
Bennison’s advice to pay the court direct fails again
Bennison has been telling people to pay the court directly to avoid fees for years, even when there is no evidence that this method actually ...
The 1st of December Hearing
Hot on the heels of the Miller court failure, we can’t end 2017 without another of Jason Bennison’s failures. This one is simply entitled ‘1st ...
The £40k Question – Poster with £40k debt told to go bankrupt
We have yet another example of Jason Bennison's disregard for the interests of the posters. This is no ordinary enforcement case, in fact, there is ...
Bailiff Help Forum – lacking in qualified advisors
So, who is qualified to give advice on that forum? It looks like nobody these days! Whatever happened to the Likely Lads? Once upon a time, there ...
Pote Snitkin: Jason’s anonymous Mushroom Mascot
Pote Snitkin is a strange one, he doesn't seem to have a life outside of BHF, where he fulfills the role of Bennison's cheerleader and ...
Mr Bennison (a.k.a. Schedule12) has not just been posting up his own collection of homemade templates on his Bailiff Help Forum, he's also been flogging ...
Refund refused to vulnerable client
Here we have a poster with a rather straightforward case, a bailiff removing a car that belonged to a disabled blue badge holder. This is ...
Debtor landed with £7,000 costs order after taking legal action to avoid paying £75 fee
It all started with a debt under £200, the debtor in this case had a couple of PCNs totaling £172, which he failed to pay ...
Hire Purchase Saga
This is an interesting case worthy of debate and we decided to start by copying Jason's own post which, for some reason, appears to have ...