On the home page of this public information site, we dealt with the appearance of Jason Bennison’s National Bailiff Advice website and how closely it resembles the look and feel of the official gov.uk website. It doesn’t take much to notice the striking similarities and it’s hard to believe it could have been a mere coincidence, but just in case someone out there was willing to give Bennison the benefit of the doubt, we now have confirmation in black and white that he intended for his new site, to pass off as part of the gov.uk site.
This evidence comes from an advert Bennison posted on the freelancer.com website, for a web designer to recreate the appearance of the .gov.uk website on his own domain nationalbailiffadvice.uk. The evidence provided by this advert is irrefutable, not only does he mention his other websites dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk and bailiffhelpforum.co.uk, he also used a photo of himself as his avatar. As ever, vanity is the name of the game where Bennison is concerned. Note the paragraphs highlighted in red in the image below, where he clearly specified that the new template should look just like the gov.uk site, down to the fine detail.
You will notice the amount offered for the job was just $35!!! That is less than the £35 he charges for a telephone consultation, and, in the UK, that amount wouldn’t get him an email from a web designer, let alone an entire website template. But the freelancer website is a global platform of the kind where people who happen to live in cheap countries undercut anyone living in high cost locations such as the UK, and still make a living due to the low cost of living in their own country. The subdomain in question has the “.br” prefix, indicating the Brazilian arm of the site.
Bennison’s lies uncovered yet again!
Another salient point is Bennison’s join date, the advert shows him as an “employer” since 2004! That means all these pretences of creating his own websites and writing his own software were, like the rest of his posts, a big, fat lie! You may recall his claims of being a programmer who has written software to automate will writing and legal document drafting, as well as his old posts where he anticipated “his” “software”, to be distributed in “all 51 states” by 2004! But it was in 2004 he joined this website, obviously to get stuff done on the cheap, which would explain the “quality” of his flagship Dealing With Bailiffs website. You don’t get much for $35, not even in Brazil!
He’s obviously been using cheap labour from this, and possible other, websites, all this years, while claiming to have programming skills. Note how he declared himself a “software architect“. Well, well, well, what’s one more lie when he’s also been a pilot, a deep sea diver, a holiday camp entertainer, a Kleeneze distributor and an office layabout, while still finding the time to draft legal documents.