Picture this. You are a lawful citizen, a landlord and you have just accepted a new tenant into your house. Shortly after you are approached by smartly dressed gentlemen, oozing confidentiality, who ask to speak to you. They tell you that your new tenant is a seious criminal and that they are under investigation and ask for your cooperation. As a public spiritied citizen you are happy to cooperate. You are appalled at what you have been told about the new tenant, and you feel honoured to help.
You are less happy when you are asked to remove all your present tenants, but it is emphasised how important it is.
Soon new tenants are sent to you. Initially everything is all right, and you wonder how the investigation is going. Then some more tenants are sent. They turn out to be troublemakers. soon you are getting complaints about noise. Some of the tenants appear to be prostitutes, and /or drug dealers. But the official looking gentlemen reassure you – they are undercover and everything is all right.
You start to lose money because you are not charging full rent for the occupied flats The gentlemen are sympathetic and happy to help and suggest ways in which you can make up your financial losses – reducing services, increasing charges for rent and utilities.
But the investigation goes on and on. You start to wonder just when they will have the evidence to prosecute and you can get your house back.
BUT YOU HAVE BEEN HAD – YOU WILL NEVER GET YOUR HOUSE BACK
You decide to take a firm line and ask them when they expect their investigation to be complete. You say you have indulged them for a lengthy period and you want your house back. They say they can’t do that. Then they point out to you that you have housed prostitutes, drug dealers and people carrying out welfare fraud, and as the landlord you knew that was the case and you were complicit. They point out how serious these crimes are. They say they can prosecute you, But they don’t want to as you have been so helpful and offer you a way out. They ask for further favours which also cost you money. A few years down the line they have stripped you of your resources and you no longer own your house. But you can never get away because now the threat of criminal prosecution hangs over you.
And that first tenant, the cause of all your problems? That person had never committed a crime, nor was even suspected of any. They were just bait so that the con artists could get their foot in the door – your door.
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