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Bennison is bankrupt
2017 – Best Ever Year!
Jason Bennison (Zeke)
Dealing with Bailiffs
Pretences and fantasies
Money Making Schemes
Magistrate court fines
Council Tax enforcement
Odd Posts strange ideas
Mark’s wild rants
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. ...
Jason Bennison: liar, conman, cheat and registered bankrupt, now trading as Jay Carpenter Consulting Ltd
Jason Bennison (Zeke)loses another High Court case and refuses to accept it
Late last night, Bennison was having one of his wild rants, where he said the following: Funny he should say this, over six months ...
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 ...
2017 – Best Ever Year for Bennison and BHF!
Bennison has been involved in advice forum for the last 10 years, and BHF was set up over 5 years ago. Over those years, he's ...
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 ...
Plane owner loses £3.3 million claim against bailiffs
On the 12th of March 2015, a writ of control was issued against Mr Miller for £408,000. This related to a judgment from March 2010 for ...
Jason Bennison loses against Nominet, yet again!
It's hard to believe, but true all the same! Bennison's timeline against Nominet Bennison started a dispute with Nominet, which he lost in April 2016. The ...
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 ...
Bailiff forces entry after poster advised to commit perjury
A couple of weeks ago, a poster went to BHF for help with a TV license fine. The opening post said the following: It is quite ...
A history of failures and lost cases
By popular demand, a platform to show examples of cases where people who have followed his advice, both on and off the BHF forum, have ...
The £4,000 costs order
Here we have a thread where the debtor had a visit from DCBL with a writ in the name of a limited company. Although the ...