Egg it on

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
April 10, 2013 7:57pm CST
My cousin had posted about where she rents, where the other stupid tenents complain about her dogs barking. Well again they went to the landlord, instead of saying something to her (I think this is the coward way). Most of the people who are complaining have their own things that can be complained about, the people downstairs have a kid screaming day in and out, the other lady smooking her pot, and just being noisy. Most of these (all of them complaining), don't work and sit at home. When I was petsitting they were constantly there, and noisy. I couldn't sit at home and care what anyone else does. Anyways my cousin posted something on Facebook, and I joking said you can come live with me in my trailer, with my non existent couch. Well this realtor (now I don't like her), she is real bossy, and pushy, and another one of my cousins friends start commenting, I stopped commenting as my cousin knows I as joking, and I would let her and her dogs stay there if need be. But the comments just ewnt on, and they just keep responding. I mean be adults and shut up. I'll copy and paste the comments: realtor: Well right once you start working.. I work with some great mortgage brokers, can even do zero down.. I can seriously work towards getting you the heck outta there!! friend: Shannuna isn't kidding, she's one of the most crooked real estate brokers I've ever encountered. Next to only her mother I'm sure. She's sure to get you what you want even if it means breaking the law, or sorry "bending" the rules. Realtor: Liz-- First off, Im not a real estate broker at all. Since you are so knowledgeable on Real estate, please enlighten me on how getting a renter into a solid home and setting them up with a reputable mortgage broker, is "bending", or "breaking" the rules??? I have NO idea who you are, nor have I ever worked with or for you, so how is it you know so much about me. Seeing as you would boldly put your unfactual claim on a public wall... please enlighten us all. Thanks friend: You might want to head on back to public school and learn how to read. I didn't say anything you said wasn't true, nor that I have a problem with anything you said. I said I have a problem with you, and although we have never personally met, I almost made the mistake of doing business with you, that is until I realized what a crook you are. Claim to be who you want. I don't care, you mean less than nothing to me. Suzie, I'm sorry this conversation has taken place on your thread, I shouldn't have posted anything here, and if you need my assistance with anything, you know how to get ahold of me. realtor: Liz, I believe I sent you a private message about your slanderous comments and where to keep them... I'm sorry you never got the opportunity to work with me and see that I am great at what I do, fair, honest and always have my clients best interests top of mind. It's a shame for you that you have a lot of untrue notions in your head. However, all this being said you still don't validate any of your claims or even explain why on earth you would say such slanderous comments, so at this point that's all they are. Good luck in the future. Try to keep an open mind and let go of the heavy chip on your shoulder; people are good Liz. And trust me, I'm no crook...I'd have to have money to be a crook LOL Enjoy your week!
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@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
11 Apr 13
woow why do they use facebook for that kind of stuff? Just another reason I hate face book..
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@GardenGerty (98217)
• United States
11 Apr 13
Facebook is really not the place to try to drum up business unless someone is asking you. My future DIL did meet her realtor on Facebook, looking at rentals,as he runs a rental group on Facebook, but she sought him out. Facebook is really not the place to say the things that the friend is saying, either, unless someone asks her. So the realtor is pushy, and the friend pushed back, but it was not very pretty either way. You were smart to stay out of it.
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
11 Apr 13
Just another reason I hate facebook. People post to much information there. With out realizing it.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
11 Apr 13
I think some people just like this, and like to start fights knowing they wont meet the person. I know a few people's friends who do this, and when you meet them they are the nicest person.
• Mexico
11 Apr 13
I agree, For some its a big game. Not for me.
@SomeCowgirl (32271)
• United States
11 Apr 13
honestly if the friend wanted to warn your cousin about it she should've done it privately. I think the realtor was being too defensive... I don't know, wouldn't trust her anyway.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
11 Apr 13
This girl and her mother have a bad ame for themselves in the realtor business. I would never buy a house from them, but then I would go on about it over Facebook. I just laughted as they kept going back and forth, just be adults and one ignore the other.
@lelin1123 (15645)
• Puerto Rico
11 Apr 13
This is one of many reasons I don't like Facebook. So much BS is started on there for no reason. Its people being jealous or ignorant that causes all these problems. This is why I only comment on things I know for sure and usually only family members. I can't be bothered with other peoples friends who because I'm friends with them too I can see their comments. I usually only go to facebook to play words with friends or to see pictures that my daughters posted.
@BarBaraPrz (19614)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
11 Apr 13
Wow! Some people will say just anything on anybody's "wall". Glad I don't go there.