Wednesday, November 25, 2015

The Entirely Not Unexpected Exposition of Mr Harker, Whinypants

So, Dear Reader, you should already be aware of my previous dealings with the aforementioned Mr Harker. If not, you can read about them here and here.

Well, when we last left out hero (that would be me), Mr Harker had decided that perhaps cooperating with his insurer and their appointed investigator might, in fact, be a good idea.

Hooray, we said. But in our hearts we knew this wouldn't be the last word on the matter from Mr Harker.


And it wasn't.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

The Vacillation of Mr Harker

Well, well, well. It seems that our friend, Mr Harker (still not his real name) has had a change of heart, Dear Reader, and now wants to meet me after all.

I wonder if it has anything to do with correspondence he may have received from the insurer?

Be that as it may, I look forward to him telling me a whole bunch of lies if he actually does follow through but I suspect he will back out once again before the appointed hour.

Will keep you posted.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Why do I always get the crazy ones?

Genuine question. I really want to know.

Latest case in point, a routine insurance claim investigation regarding a single vehicle accident.

The claimant, the hapless Mr Harker (not his real name), had only just insured his vehicle the previous day - which is suspicious enough, right?

But that isn't where I came in, no. My role started about seven weeks later.

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Quick Review: Surveillance Operator's Aide Memoire

Greetings Dear Reader. After a slight hiatus for personal reasons, I'm back with a review of the recent purchase (thanks to Pursuit Magazine for the heads-up) of the Surveillance Operator's Aide Memoire by Bill Spikes.

If you don't know what an aide memoire is, you can look it up.

Also, you can follow the author on Twitter.

So what did I think?