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Perhaps given the governments stake in banking these days, the police will be used instead of private dicks??? After all, its important to keep our boys in blue in plenty of overtime to ensure they can make repayments on their "affordable housing for keyworkers"...

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http://www.independent.ie/national-news/banks-using-private-eyes-to-hunt-vanishing-homeowners-2518903.html

I think there will be a lot more of this in R.O.I as people see the banksters and developers getting off scott free while they have to take the pain.

From the property pin.

http://www.thepropertypin.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=35689

The banks really are running this country. If someone can't pay then that's the end of that. What on earth are these banks doing.

It's ok for big business to go bust owing millions but as

soon as an individual can't pay the banks want blood.

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The banks really are running this country. If someone can't pay then that's the end of that. What on earth are these banks doing.

It's ok for big business to go bust owing millions but as

soon as an individual can't pay the banks want blood.

The banks are simply checking whether someone can pay or not. If they can't pay, they declare bankruptcy and that's the end if it. However, the bankruptcy process ensures that the debtor is forced to make every practical effort to pay. If the bankruptcy process shows no practical way to repay, it's tough for the bank, and the debtor walks away debt-free.

Same with business, bankruptcy forces the company to make all practical effort to pay - but if the money is gone, it's gone.

The banks are just trying to find people who have disappeared to try to avoid bankruptcy (because they want to hide assets or money)

Edited by ChumpusRex

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The banks won't bankrupt you over mortgage arrears, they know they will lose. They might get back just a couple of thousand if they are lucky, what they do is hound people for as much as they can drink.

It's time for the banks to pay..,,,mass default on all

loans.

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