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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[See the full post at: MOT tester spared jail despite scamming council out of £37,000]
“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 ! ! !
As he been struck of mot testing?
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
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.
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…
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 .
They can go after him under “proceeds of crime” legislation
The dvla is a quango and mots are a scam. If you steal from thieves, is any crime committed?
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