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

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  • jonnieboy
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    Originally posted by GregRickshaw View Post
    Be strong if you can, this is a very worrying time for anyone involved. However there are a mixture of options here all of which seem to have worked up to now.

    1) Ignore

    2) Dispute the claim

    3) Settle

    I chose 3 after seeing the previous claimants paperwork and very professional approach. However huge difference here they were offering as low as 2% in full settlement back then, I even heard of 1% being successful.

    Get help from a professional if you need to, again I did.

    As outrageous as this may seem take it seriously.
    Was there no issue with HMRC? Or had you settled that too? I'd assumed writing off 99% loan would create a significant tax liability?

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  • hudson
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    wont be getting a penny from me.
    was going to wipe my a** with it but ended up sticking it on the bonfire ready to light up on Staurday night.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by Jumper View Post
    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/couple-int...whWnbOOH7moQaw

    There seems to also be an unfortunate news clip along with a picture of someone of the same name from Isle of Man….
    What a surprise.

    Just open the letters and ignore them unless and until they start playing games with Statutory Demands at which point you repeat last year's letter and tell them where to go

    Note - it's the fact that they have played round with Statutory Demands that mean you need to open the letters and can't just instantly bin them.
    Last edited by eek; 2 November 2022, 18:42.

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  • Jumper
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    https://uk.news.yahoo.com/couple-int...whWnbOOH7moQaw

    There seems to also be an unfortunate news clip along with a picture of someone of the same name from Isle of Man….

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  • WTFH
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    I can't remember if I've done a trace on Sacco before, but it doesn't take many steps to get to the usual suspects...

    Opus Bestpay:
    https://find-and-update.company-info...78376/officers

    Quinton Trustees:
    https://find-and-update.company-info...76336/officers
    Includes Voirrey Claire Collister.

    How many people do you think were called Voirrey Claire and born in 1981?
    https://find-and-update.company-info...99597/officers

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  • rajguru
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    Going to ignore as we've done over the so many yrs of harassment, they will fizzle out as the company's before them.

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  • GregRickshaw
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    Originally posted by Monkeypower View Post

    Probably best mates with the Felicitas bunch of cowboys !
    Does appear that way

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  • GregRickshaw
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    Be strong if you can, this is a very worrying time for anyone involved. However there are a mixture of options here all of which seem to have worked up to now.

    1) Ignore

    2) Dispute the claim

    3) Settle

    I chose 3 after seeing the previous claimants paperwork and very professional approach. However huge difference here they were offering as low as 2% in full settlement back then, I even heard of 1% being successful.

    Get help from a professional if you need to, again I did.

    As outrageous as this may seem take it seriously.

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  • Monkeypower
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    Originally posted by rajguru View Post
    Hi, has anyone received a new letter from West 28th Street. It appears Felicitas has entered into a deed of assignment with them..! Prepare yourselves for anorher series of letters..! The director of the company is Kenneth Charles arnold.
    Probably best mates with the Felicitas bunch of cowboys !

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  • rajguru
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    Hi, has anyone received a new letter from West 28th Street. It appears Felicitas has entered into a deed of assignment with them..! Prepare yourselves for anorher series of letters..! The director of the company is Kenneth Charles arnold.

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