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Things about to get very serious and much more real? / Felicitas Letters

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    Have they only targeted the IQ scheme?

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      Originally posted by shampoo View Post
      Have they only targeted the IQ scheme?
      We only have that single email so pass - it might be that the IQ paperwork is in a better shape for processing, it might be that letters are being sent in batches...

      Once again

      1) find all your paperwork
      2) Get and create a coherent story that shows why it's not a loan (and remember it may boil down to just the trust and the payment with how the money got to the trust ignored)
      3) find support for going to mediation as you don't want to do that yourself.
      merely at clientco for the entertainment

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        Originally posted by eek View Post
        Apart from the director what has Fiscus Management Ltd got to do with this and why does year end accounts actually matter?
        One thing that did strike me as very odd, is that Felicitas want you to make your "settlement Payment" into the bank account of Fiscus Management Ltd. Now why would a purported owner of an alleged debt want you to make payments into a bank account that isn't owned or controlled by the company that "apparently" owns the debt........

        The account number they want you to make payment to is a Santander account opened in Merseyside in the name of Fiscus Management Ltd

        Apparently Felicitas and Fiscus aren't connected in any way though..........honestly

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          Originally posted by MrO666 View Post
          One thing that did strike me as very odd, is that Felicitas want you to make your "settlement Payment" into the bank account of Fiscus Management Ltd. Now why would a purported owner of an alleged debt want you to make payments into a bank account that isn't owned or controlled by the company that "apparently" owns the debt........

          The account number they want you to make payment to is a Santander account opened in Merseyside in the name of Fiscus Management Ltd

          Apparently Felicitas and Fiscus aren't connected in any way though..........honestly
          The obvious reason is that Felicitas (being an IoM rather than a UK company) can't get a UK bank account.

          I would definitely be asking for confirmation of the relationship between Fiscus and Felicitas alongside actual evidence that Felicitas owns the debt.
          merely at clientco for the entertainment

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            Originally posted by eek View Post
            The obvious reason is that Felicitas (being an IoM rather than a UK company) can't get a UK bank account.

            I would definitely be asking for confirmation of the relationship between Fiscus and Felicitas alongside actual evidence that Felicitas owns the debt.
            Agreed that sounds like the obvious answer. I believe that ETC asked about the relationship between Felicitas and Fiscus, and were told by Felicitas that they were not connected with Fiscus. However, the obvious question there would be, why are you using a bank account of a company to which you allegedly have no connection. It all just raises more and more questions really.

            On a side note, Felicitas Solutions Ltd were incorporated in the UK on September 9th this year, with none other than Catherine Robinson being the director.

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              Originally posted by MrO666 View Post
              On a side note, Felicitas Solutions Ltd were incorporated in the UK on September 9th this year, with none other than Catherine Robinson being the director.
              Other connected parties are probably not available to be directors of a UK firm...
              merely at clientco for the entertainment

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                Originally posted by eek View Post
                Other connected parties are probably not available to be directors of a UK firm...
                Just makes you wonder what they're up to now........

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                  As from the other thread by Webberg, if the IOM FSA has asked Felicitas to complete certain KYC/AML checks on the "customers" before they are able to resume or progress repayment claims, why are they still chasing people?
                  Last edited by Contractor UK; 11 January 2021, 10:57.

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                    Originally posted by eek View Post
                    Other connected parties are probably not available to be directors of a UK firm...
                    Substitute "available" for "willing" and you'll probably be closer to the mark

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                      Originally posted by Superfly View Post

                      Are they only harassing those that were duped into sending their identification documents on their silly portal?
                      I did wonder the same............

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