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  • Tenant Referencing

    Unbelievable agent

     I am using the country’s largest UK letting agent. I have a property which  i’ve put in the hands of a national letting company after many weeks they rang to say they had a tenant who would be moving in after all the necessary checks have been completed. Checks completed and he moved in on his first evening he rang the agent to say there was no hot water  even though it was a brand-new electric heating system recently fitted. The agent suggested somebody called out to have a look. All they did was switch the switch on next to the hot water tank and I was charged £42 for the callout. The tenant has been in now for two weeks nobody had contacted the electric supply company  even though the agent had taken a meter reading on the day of the entry this meter reading is proved to be wrong so I have been paying for the last two weeks the tenants electric bill. The main problem is that I have found out the new tenant is unemployed. The agent sent me A copy of the credit checks that showed that the tenant had a full-time job earning £18,000 a year and was currently employed this is not the case. The tenant has paid a deposit and the first months rent but will I ever receive any more. What should be my course of action. Any advice greatly appreciated.

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