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

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  • GregRickshaw
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    Possibly, yet more likely to be extremely busy correcting the grammar in Elysium's response documents

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  • Monkeypower
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    I do know said people are extremely busy with Elysium at the moment.

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  • DealorNoDeal
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    Originally posted by Monkeypower View Post
    All Quiet On the Western Front !
    Yes, I was thinking that just the other day.

    With a bit of luck, they've moved on to more fruitful endeavours.

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  • Monkeypower
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    All Quiet On the Western Front !

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  • Fred Bloggs
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    I was keeping out as I really had nothing to say. All I saw is that Sporty has gone about rejecting the Statutory Demand in a more formal (so more expensive) way than others (and I would) have done so. I would however suspect and grant that he is now at the very bottom of Felicitas's list of people to chase further.

    The question really comes down will Felicitas

    1) actually take people to court (outside of Statutory Demands that were not objected to)
    or
    2) they just continue to send threatening emails (carefully misrepresenting any Statutory Demand / Bankruptcy court cases as something else) - in the hope that people will give up and give them money.
    Option one is unlikely to happen because of cost and the number of cases.

    I would hope that option two has very limited chances of getting very far. After all, you can only do this a very small number of times before it becomes intimidation. There's laws against such behaviour.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by DealorNoDeal View Post
    It would be interesting to know what eek makes of this.

    He's had a pretty good grasp of it all right from the beginning, and he's one of very few here whose credentials can be 100% vouched for and no hidden agenda/ulterior motives.
    I was keeping out as I really had nothing to say. All I saw is that Sporty has gone about rejecting the Statutory Demand in a more formal (so more expensive) way than others (and I would) have done so. I would however suspect and grant that he is now at the very bottom of Felicitas's list of people to chase further.

    The question really comes down will Felicitas

    1) actually take people to court (outside of Statutory Demands that were not objected to)
    or
    2) they just continue to send threatening emails (carefully misrepresenting any Statutory Demand / Bankruptcy court cases as something else) - in the hope that people will give up and give them money.

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  • Fred Bloggs
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    I like that this thread exists in the public domain. Without CUK and this thread, the claimants may well have had significant success. The value of this and other similar threads is almost immeasurable against what might have been. I expect the people behind this are actually losing money on their "investment". And that's a very good thing. There's bound to be several more of these claims waiting and watching on the sidelines before going down the same route of calling loans in.

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  • DealorNoDeal
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    It would be interesting to know what eek makes of this.

    He's had a pretty good grasp of it all right from the beginning, and he's one of very few here whose credentials can be 100% vouched for and no hidden agenda/ulterior motives.

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  • GregRickshaw
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    [QUOTE=happychap;n4161331]
    Originally posted by GregRickshaw View Post


    We owe somebody something as we took out loans from somebody, just who that is right now is the unclear part.

    Wow! Greg - you seem eager to pay more money to someone else...
    Believe me I am not eager to pay money to anyone ever! As stated in my very first post I have settled 'for me this ends now'

    I just think this denial of loans has become futile.

    Now though just who has the legal right to collect then that is of course the question here and has been from the very start.

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  • happychap
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    [QUOTE=GregRickshaw;n4161266]


    We owe somebody something as we took out loans from somebody, just who that is right now is the unclear part.

    Wow! Greg - you seem eager to pay more money to someone else...

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