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    .. what were your thoughts? What did you do?
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    I was the dishonest one
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    I was the dishonest one
    spill the beans * opens popcorn, munches* ... what did your colleagues think of you?
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    Maybe I didn’t scan through shopping bags, I might’ve given away free £1 bags (only because we had no 5p ones, I think everyone else was doing it too), I might’ve also overstayed my breaks by a lot but I never passed items through or took customer coupons and reused them! That’d be purely unethical.

    Only one other colleague knew, she found it funny and was already doing them anyway or started after hearing I did
    Ohhhhh, 21st century Robin hood huh?!!!!!
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    Ohhhhh, 21st century Robin hood huh?!!!!!
    Yes! Well kind of, it was more of a half Robin Hood thing… I took from the rich and kept it.
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    My tenants are often dishonest, it is the nature of people who want something. Claiming to have tripped on something and trying to claim for money.
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    (Original post by Meany Pie)
    My tenants are often dishonest, it is the nature of people who want something. Claiming to have tripped on something and trying to claim for money.
    So what do you do? Do you just ignore their requests or find a common solution?
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    So what do you do? Do you just ignore their requests or find a common solution?
    I just pull up the CCTV footage and send it to the insurers. They won't pay out if they can see that they are lying.
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    (Original post by Meany Pie)
    I just pull up the CCTV footage and send it to the insurers. They won't pay out if they can see that they are lying.
    but how you can prove what tenants get up to inside their homes?
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    (Original post by JustDoIt!)
    but how you can prove what tenants get up to inside their homes?
    I don't have residential tenants, any injuries inside their own demise is not our problem.
 
 
 
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