Aidan Killian charged a phone company €300 for hassling him, and they paid it. He insisted a health insurance company repay full costs to is uncle, €25,000, and they paid it.
He’s not a barrister or legal whizz, he’s an Irish comedian.
He has made it his business to not allow himself to be bullied or harassed in any way by corporations and in every case he has been successful. His new book, “Dear Plonker,” chronicles how he did it and offers lots of practical advice for dealing with banks, credit card companies, road toll companies, mobile phone providers, health insurers, television license inspectors and the police.
Here is what we talk about
- Why does laughter exist?
- Is comedy an art?
- Comedy heroes.
- Dealing with corporations
- Changing the terms of engagement
- Turning fear into fun
- Terms and conditions
- Asking questions
- Credit card debt
- Protecting your home against foreclosure
- Being willing to go the distance
- Financial resilience
To find out more about Aidan and his work
To order his book, “Dear Plonker.”
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