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    Originally posted by eek View Post
    I posted this earlier to pint out what arguments may work
    Nigel works for Felicitas

    Nigel Powell is their debt collector

    Eek the link you put on here for Nigel actually works for Felicitas they are his client, did you know this?
    Last edited by Shay58; 19 November 2020, 10:34.

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      Originally posted by Monkeypower View Post
      Hi pjsmith1980, I was/am with ETC and haven't received an SD.

      I do find it odd that Elysium was asking for £xxx monies up front to handle my affairs when I haven't had an SD or a direct communication from Felicitas asking to Mediate.

      I will engage a solicitor when/if I get either.

      Sent from my SM-G965F using Contractor UK Forum mobile app

      Thanks for the reply. Do you have any suggestions of any other law firms that may specialise in this area? Also, any idea of the cost to get a SD set aside?

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        Originally posted by Shay58 View Post
        Nigel works for Felicitas

        Nigel Powell is their debt collector

        Eek the link you put on here for Nigel actually works for Felicitas they are his client, did you know this?
        Yes - check the post that quote is in response to. Which is why it says "Also reading Nigel's website" here is something else that may be useful.
        merely at clientco for the entertainment

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          There are some points above that I have some thoughts on.

          First, regardless of history, real or imaging connections between original promoters and present active parties, what you think a Court may decide or take into account, ignoring the official statutory demands is very definitely not a strategy that will end well.

          Second, you do need to take action. That may be via a legal professional you engage and pay, via a group which has advice from a suitable legal professional, via making your own response to the Court. Do not assume that some "other" will make a challenge or that you can rely upon the challenges of others. You cannot.

          Third, there is a fair degree of understandable cynicism around whether those earning fees from the situation are deliberately creating an aura of urgency and anxiety here. Bearing in mind the caveat that I am representing one of those firms and am therefore biased, in my experience this is almost never the case.

          The professionals here may disagree on analysis, strategy and recommended actions but all will be able to point to their own research and work that has produced the above and none of that starts with "what strategy generates the maximum fees?"
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          (No, me neither).

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            Statutory demands are quite straightforward to contest.
            Perhaps someone could write a template and post it here?
            The grounds would be on the debt still not proved to be a loan and that this is a disguised enumeration scheme (which it is).
            HMRC also believe this to be the case.

            Perhaps one of the professionals could create a template? Prove their worth...

            Remember a SD needs to be delivered to the correct address with evidence. Sending an SD to a previous address is not valid - they need to supply evidence you received it. So if you have moved address it's up to them to find you, although if they believe you are in the same area they might try advertising in local papers etc, but this usually still leads to invalid SD.

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              Originally posted by PJSMITH1980 View Post
              Thanks for the reply. Do you have any suggestions of any other law firms that may specialise in this area? Also, any idea of the cost to get a SD set aside?
              I am with Freeths Solicitors, they seem to have good reviews online, and know what needs to be done in this situation.

              Funny enough due to pandemic I got some savings to fight this legal battle.

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                Originally posted by JusticeSeeker939 View Post
                The letter was reposted Monday from a country address to a London address. Proof of postage was kept. Nothing in my letterbox in London yet though. I understand serving by post means serving date is two business days after delivery. So I think my clock started ticking today.

                What should I do if it is an SD but somehow I never receive it?

                BTW: I was told the envelope had Isle of Man on it.
                I note eek’s response which is useful of course. I do not intend to ignore. Seems obviously better to use specialist. Avoiding this Nigel fellow...

                However, I still have not received the physical letter. Normally it takes 1 max 2 days to send from countryside to London. I have had emailed letters in the past arriving into my spam folder addressed to previous home also. To avoid any bankruptcy petition should I include past address also in set aside?

                I want to set this aside. Does the bankruptcy court get copies? Do I find this based on my post code(s) or does it relate to the sender? (Which would seem odd as they are outside England.)

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                  Originally posted by mrprofit View Post
                  I am with Freeths Solicitors, they seem to have good reviews online, and know what needs to be done in this situation.

                  Funny enough due to pandemic I got some savings to fight this legal battle.
                  What sort of quote have they given you to contest the SD if you receive one?

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                    Originally posted by PJSMITH1980 View Post
                    What sort of quote have they given you to contest the SD if you receive one?
                    I can't share that, but so far it was a lot less than I expected, to contact Statutory Law to make them withdraw the SD. If they don't, there will be more of course.

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                      Originally posted by mrprofit View Post
                      I can't share that, but so far it was a lot less than I expected, to contact Statutory Law to make them withdraw the SD. If they don't, there will be more of course.
                      What do you mean withdraw the SD? Is this an option? And who are you trying to make withdraw the SD?

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