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to think this guy is being a bully?

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textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 12:58:26

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Rocket100 Wed 29-Dec-10 13:01:36

I'd be reporting him to the police non emergency number. As far as I'm concerned that's threatening behaviour. Report him and don't open the door until you know who it is. Hope it's the last you hear from him.

taintedsnow Wed 29-Dec-10 13:06:00

Definitely report to the police.

And no, YANBU.

nickelbabyjesus Wed 29-Dec-10 13:07:01

yep, definitely threatening behvious - you did everything right, and he's wrong now to come and shout at you - call the non-emergency police and report him.

constantlytired Wed 29-Dec-10 13:07:04

What was he shouting at anyway, you left your number and its going through insurance, so he's got nothing to moan about...i've been hit twice and no-one has left a note on my car, so good on you for doing that!

nickelbabyjesus Wed 29-Dec-10 13:07:32

behaviour (i can't type, you know)

waitwhat Wed 29-Dec-10 13:08:31

He shouldn't have come to your house, i would report him too

jollyoldstnickschick Wed 29-Dec-10 13:08:32

You need to report it to the police in fact id say this is an emergency,this was early morning whats going to happen if he comes back later drunk?

textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:17:29

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Ormirian Wed 29-Dec-10 13:26:41

What was he complaining about ? Weird man. When I was getting hassle from the woman I had a collision with I was told by the insurance company not to talk to her and if she approached me again just hand her the ins company helpline number and the claims number for ref.

Tiredmumno1 Wed 29-Dec-10 13:30:21

You should report it to your insurers aswell

textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:35:37

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textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:36:21

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Katisha Wed 29-Dec-10 13:36:27

I'd be almost certain that was the case.
Have you got his registration number?

Katisha Wed 29-Dec-10 13:36:53

ah x-post!

textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:39:18

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bumpsoon Wed 29-Dec-10 13:39:32

was he trying to get you to pay for damage rather than go through insurance ?

textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:40:35

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MadamDeathstare Wed 29-Dec-10 13:42:22

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textfan Wed 29-Dec-10 13:46:48

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MadamDeathstare Wed 29-Dec-10 14:04:04

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MadamDeathstare Wed 29-Dec-10 14:04:34

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sixpercenttruejedi Wed 29-Dec-10 14:11:03

I think your sis is right. He's not insured so thought he could bully you into giving him cash.
I would contact the police anyway, just so it's on record.

nickelbabyjesus Wed 29-Dec-10 14:19:31

and if he's not insured, then that's not your problem - and if you did give him cash believing it's because he's uninsured, then you are complicit to a crime. which means you could get prosecuted too.

higgle Wed 29-Dec-10 14:34:41

nickelbabyjesus - what strange legal advice! As a former criminal defence solicitor I can advise that if he is uninsured that is a matter between him and the police. If he is uninsured that in no way prevents him from recovering the cost of damage to his vehicle (if he was the innocent party in the incident) either through op's insurers or through the small claims court. OP should report this matter to the police so they can check out if he has insurance or not, she is not at any risk of prosecution as "no insurance" is a summary only offence.

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