How To Be Bully Proof

How to Be Free of Bullies

Bullying by an authority or organisation against an individual – phase 6

3. The council mounted fees on the individual such as use of internal legal people, use of courts (which were not courts of law) use of solicitors, private bailiffs, the Insolvency Service and Official Receiver to try and force through bankruptcy, private auctioneers and trustees and law firms.

4. Similar to the school bully, the booty from the bullying knew no reasonable grounds:

  • The amount removed was never confirmed.
  • The reason for the amount removed was never given.
  • While the bullying campaign was reaping rewards, the bully showed no signs of ending their campaign.
  • The victim was not allowed to see any way to stop the bully.
  • The bully’s actions showed a total disregard for any rules or regulations.
  • The bully was oblivious to any effects they had on their victim.

Imagine your school bully for a moment. What grounds did they use to get anything out of you? Threats? Ridicule? Humiliation? Taunting? Ganging up? Total domination? Physical threats? Imprisonment?

There is likely to be evidence of bullying in any actions taken by any individual or organisation when you feel instinctively that methods used to get something or what is being asked of you are unreasonable.

Know your rights.

The more you know what your rights are in any given situation, the easier it is to spot when bullying is coming from very unexpected quarters.

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