A TERRORIST arrested for trying to buy missiles to shoot down planes now runs a plumbing business.
But at least one of Kazi Rahman’s businesses has been branded “disgrace” in online reviews.
At least one of Kazi Rahman’s companies has been branded “disgrace”
The 44-year-old offered £ 70,000 for a Sam-7 missile and rocket propelled grenades
The 44-year-old was serving half of a nine-year prison sentence imposed in 2007 after trying to buy an Uzi submachine gun and ammunition from undercover police.
He also offered £ 70,000 for a Sam-7 missile and rocket propelled grenades.
Rahman is a trained plumber and has interests in at least six companies in south west London.
However, critical comments on the internet have resulted in one of those companies, Plumbers in Putney, receiving a one-star rating.
A Google review last week read, “Absolute shame. Do not use this company. It was charged £ 538 to unlock a toilet and now it’s dripping all over the place.
“It costs me over £ 2,500 to repair it, it’s an absolute shame.”
Another appraiser, whose tenant was allegedly billed £ 900 to fix a leaky pipe that continued to leak, claimed, “It’s a fraud company.
“Try to stay as far away as you can.”
A third disgruntled customer referred to it as a “cowboy operation”.
Rahman said he ran the business but did no repairs and insisted that negative reviews were “fake”.
Rahman was serving half of a nine-year prison sentence imposed in 2007 after attempting to buy an Uzi submachine gun and ammunition from undercover policePhoto credit: iStockphoto – Getty
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