Thursday, June 7, 2007

Houston, we have a problem

'Genuine' P60 payslips available online

Don't earn enough to get the mortgage you want? Don't worry - go to Payslipsp60.co.uk. They will provide you with 'genuine' payslips stating whatever salary you need. ........If the UK banking system has been basing its lending on this, then we really do have a problem!

Posted by royston @ 10:29 AM (753 views)
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5 thoughts on “Houston, we have a problem

  • I was pretty amazed to see that link too, does this mean that although I’ve been out of the country for 20 years and don’t have a UK credit rating that by filling in the boxes on the online form correctly I can get a mortgage !

    “sniff sniff sniff is it sheep, no it’s cow, no no it’s bull, its BULL SHIT !!”

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  • perhaps hmrc should insist that mortgage lenders send on p60s etc then cross reference them with existing details. If p60 from mortgage lender is higher, send the person a tax bill for the difference. That will quickly sort the problem out.

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  • Doesnt th acceptance of major credit card company involvement also implicate them in some rather serious Customs and Excise fraud? Unbelievable.

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  • Just got the following from ‘WhoIS’

    Result of WHOIS query:

    Domain name:
    payslipsp60.co.uk

    Registrant:
    Zerthishiya Hukamdad

    Registrant type:
    UK Individual

    Registrant’s address:
    The registrant is a non-trading individual who has opted to have their
    address omitted from the WHOIS service.

    ****************************

    Seems like Mr Hukamdad is lying about his status as a non-trading individual. Who does one complain to about individuals who may be complicit is massive fraud – anybody know?

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  • dohousescrashinthewoods says:

    Good find! Nominet I guess?

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