MOT tester spared jail despite scamming council out of £37,000

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    An MOT tester who scammed a council out of tens of thousands of pounds has been spared jail. Phillip Aris pocketed about £20,000 in the scam which he
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    NIGEL

    “You are someone of good character, you have never been convicted of any other offence in your 47 years.”

    HA HA HA HA …………. good character ?

    Not convicted in 47 years ……….. NOT CAUGHT MORE LIKE ! ! !

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    Trevor Ross

    As he been struck of mot testing?

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    MIKE

    HE SHOULD BE FORCED TO PAY BACK EVERYTHING THAT THE COUNCIL HAS LOST AND IF THAT MEANS HE HAS TO SELL EVERYTHING HE OWNS TOUGH

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    Long hope

    The council is the biggest robbers with their high business rates we pay north of £1000 a month so good on him. That is no loss to the council whatsoever. He shouldn’t of done it though risk his livelihood hood for a bit of pocket change.

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    Dave Wilson

    So as I read it the council have paid him a bonus of £20,000 for 120 hours of additional work or £166.66 per hour! not bad…

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    ian bray

    oh dear but is he still a tester and how has he got away with suspended sentence surly gaining move by deception is a serious offence .

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    Andrew MacCredie

    They can go after him under “proceeds of crime” legislation

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    Joshua Hooker

    The dvla is a quango and mots are a scam. If you steal from thieves, is any crime committed?

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