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  1. Really Taormina, you are making the wild assumption that Mr Mound can read in the first place. From his apparent inability to actually respond to people who do write to him one must assume he that reading and understanding are not amongst his strong points - just as he thinks a 2nd class UK stamp will get a letter to Hanoi in a reasonable period of time. So go on Mound, prove us all wrong and respond to this thread - we know you read it and we know you want to (it doesnt matter if you have to get someone else to write your response for you)
  2. Awwww - deep joy, another letter from Steve Mound, Chief Operating Officer, (Hello Mr Pound if you are reading this ) but it took 3 weeks to get here as he only put a 25p stamp on it. Now he wants, yet again, to "pass it to our international law practice". Wonder why his web site has no reference to any international law practice? I think I will send him the suggested letter above and "forget" to put the right stamp on it, as me thinks the UK Post Office will surcharge him. Look forward to hearing from you again Mr Mound
  3. No, I am sure there never was a CCJ. Just this letter last week and another today telling me to pay or they will instruct their "International Law Practice". Is it worth even replying? Again, thank you
  4. Apologies, last posting got tangled! Awwww, I thought I was priviledged to get a letter from Mr Pound with a 25p stamp Guess he hasnt got anything else to do. I have lived abroad for 8 years so think even the Statute of Limitations might apply but not sure - does anyone know? Thanks
  5. Awwww, I thought I was priviledged to get a letter from Mr Pound with a 25p stamp Guess he hasnt got anything else to do. I have lived abroad for 8 years so think even the Statute of Limitations might apply but not sure - does anyone know? Thanks
  6. APR of 170% would almost certainly be extortinate but the figure of £620 is about right - the APR relates to the reducing sum borrowed as payments are made over the year just like a mortgage. The first payment is practically all interest whilst the last is practically all capital. Hope that make sense. Would suggest contacting your local County Court to get their advice on how to dispute the interest rate.
  7. Thanks Fred I tried entering new data but it didnt feed through to the chart. Is it something I am doing wrong?
  8. Thanks Fred, that would be great - now just have to work out how to make it accessible for evryone to use so we can be sure we award the Pond Life 2007 to the right firm of DCAs !!
  9. Hi Fred Do you think one of the moderators here can put your spreadsheet up, maybe in the section above the individual strands? I am not sure how to contact a moderator or the 'boss' of this site. Fingers crossed
  10. Or we could have an annual conference and award prizes?
  11. Lawdy lawdy everyone seems to score ten! Maybe we should move the scale to marks out of 100 (but then maybe everyone will get 100) Or marks by category - telephone manner, letter writing, knowledge of the law, etc?
  12. Seems we need to get a proper scoring system in place so they are all judged against the same criteria ! Wish I knew how to set that up on here.
  13. Let me start the ball rolling then:(using 0 as beautiful people and 10 as pond life) Arrow Global 3/10 They have actually been polite, never threatened and complied with requests. TCM 9/10 Bunch of w****ers - threatening until advised of UK law thanks to this site! Optima Legal Services 7/10 Not threatening but pretend to know all the law and pretend to be real Solicitors (unless they really are!)
  14. Well then we might need to be careful to just refer to Company names not individuals, as well as not revealing too much about us individually !
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