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Has The Backlash Begun?

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That's a horrible thing to happen to anyone, but you've got to question the naivety of the EA ... Mr Herring? First initial "R" by any chance?

[plug]Who? Richard Herring? Very funny chap in my book. Talking **** was very chucklesome.[/plug]

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Agreed. Nothing to do with house prices. Nothing to do with a backlash. Everything to do with criminal rape and evil.

Having just posted on the sickening video of a knife murder in Romford I saw today on the news, I cannot condone any assault on anyone.

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What backlash? EAs are not to blame if people are prepared to pay high prices for property, they merely get the best price for their client, the vendor.

And all out of the goodness of their hearts.

It's so nice to know that they have the vendor's best interests at heart, and not their own.

Aren't they lovely.

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It all sounds a bit fishy to me :D (sorry)

Police say there is no reason to link it with estate agent Suzy Lamplugh, who went missing in 1986 after going to meet a client called "Mr Kipper".

Must have been a red herring.

:lol:

Sorry.

:unsure:

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