"Jack Davies Thu, 11 Mar 2010 08:40 GMT
...However to return to the point, the original post is speculative and suggestive, doesnt contain any detail of the alleged non-service, or how much tenanst are being charged and uses highly emotive terms such as theft. To which I would caution her to be very careful and also state that if its theft which is clearly a criminal offence she should report it to police. You dont need an expert to advise that, so why hasnt she becomes the question?"
There you are. someone reports a social landlord's abuse, and - suprise surprise - spot on receives a warning that she is going to be in trouble for it...
The post is very clear. A service is being paid for and that service is not being delivered, how does a tenant go about stopping paying for it if it is taken out of HB?