Paul Routledge Boasts How Tenant Blacklist Could Be Used To Discriminate Against Disabled People

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UPDATE:  The original video which was produced by Property Tribes website and how now been removed.   The above is an edited version which features the conversation Routledge had about a former tenant.

A youtube video has emerged which reveals shocking details of Paul Routledge (@Paul_Rout) boasting how his Landlord Referencing Service can be used to blacklist tenants who have a mental health condition (transcript now available).

Routledge is being interviewed by the Property Tribes website who seem to be affiliated with him in some way.  He tells a ‘hilarious’ story of a former tenant who exhibited unusual behaviour.  Barely able to keep a straight face, Routledge recounts how the man was ultimately sectioned under the Mental Health Act.

Not content with mocking him, Routledge also explains how his tenant blacklist could be used by landlords to ensure they do not rent properties to anyone who displays symptoms of…

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