Tenant 'called a b***h in accidental email' from Manchester letting agent

Sarah Darlington had reportedly emailed the agency about an issue at her flat

Roisin O'Connor@Roisin_OConnor
Tuesday 08 September 2015 17:19
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A woman was reportedly called a "b***h" in an email from her letting agent after she complained about an issue at her flat.

Sarah Darlington, from Manchester, messaged S&S Estates last week asking them to fix her alarm, the Manchester Evening News reported.

However she was apparently copied in by accident to an email which read: "I’m not dealing with this b***h."

The email allegedly received by Sarah Darlington from her letting agent

The 29-year-old property paralegal posted the email on her Facebook page after the company reportedly failed to issue an apology.

"I didn't realise it made you a b***h for wanting broken things to be fixed," she wrote.

She told the MEN: "After getting the message I found the company’s directors and emailed them as well as the manager – but all I got was a reply on Friday afternoon saying the complaint had been passed on.

"There was no apology, it’s disgusting."

S&S Estates declined to comment when contacted by The Independent

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