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  1. The business’ share price continued its descent today to 18.25p per share (4:15pm, 16 December). Twelve months ago the share price was trading at around 300p :(per share. This morning, AKO Capital sold 54 million sha res in Cattles, reducing its holding to zero. Welcome Finance offers secured loans to customers with adverse and heavy adverse credit profiles. "ONWARDS AND DOWNWARDS" CATTLES Discussion CTT CTT.L - Interactive Investor QUOTE "Stripping away all the chat, and wishful thinking, for me and for many, this company has proved to
  2. hello charlie1 "welcome" (as opposed to welcome .... cattles ,shopajoke etc ) to CAG it has been noted you to date have posted solely on the cattle group , we look forward to your future posts on non cattles topics (perhaps sheep) the answer to the question why all of a sudden the smooth over publicity for cattles from charlie1 .............. (eg the stating of the existence of a compliance officer at cattles -- thanks to you giving the details ) the answer lies in the thread below .............. oh and by the way Cattles passed on their dividend this morning
  3. hello charlie1 "welcome" (as opposed to welcome .... cattles ,shopajoke etc ) to CAG it has been noted you to date have posted solely on the cattle group , we look forward to your future posts on non cattles topics (perhaps sheep) the answer to the question why all of a sudden the smooth over publicity for cattles from charlie1 .............. (eg the stating of the existence of a compliance officer at cattles -- thanks to you giving the details ) the answer lies in the thread below .............. oh and by the way Cattles passed on their dividend this morning
  4. why all of a sudden the smooth over publicity for cattles from charlie1 .............. the answer lies in the thread below .............. oh and by the way Cattles passed on their dividend this morning http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/173796-cattles-application-banking-licence.html#post1874993
  5. the question is do you have any reason to believe cattles are not fit and proper persons to hold a banking licience?
  6. "Cattles, the sub-prime and doorstep lender, has been forced to admit that its application for a banking licence from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is "proceeding at a slower pace" than expected, after its shares sank more than 20 per cent today. Shares in Cattles fell 22.3 per cent to 28.75p on speculation surrounding the lender's application for a banking licence. Companies applying for a licence have to prove to the FSA that they have enough capital adequacy to qualify and in April this year Cattles raised a further £200 million through a heavily discounted rights issue to he
  7. it is believed that traditionally CL Finance and not the lewis group ,have sent such a letter of assignment --- which is never received until court action has been started --- is it possible to let caggers look at a copy of the letter with the personal details removed, because this appears to be a change of tactics by lewis debt recovery/cl finance ????? has everyone else got a lewis letter ?
  8. see this thread http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/legal-issues/168111-witness-statement.html?highlight=WITNESS
  9. IF YOU READ THIS THREAD AND SEE THAT GE MONEY ARE HAVING TO PAY COMPENSATION FOR HARRASMENT IN AUSTRALIA THEN THOSE WASHERS WILL HAVE TO BE MADE OUT OF PLASTIC http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/169176-ge-money-pay-compensation.html
  10. they will be able to rest 7 days a week never mind REST ON A SUNDAY :grin:
  11. there is light at the end of the tunnel (in OZ at least) ge money to pay compensation to debtors for harrassment in australia - The Consumer Forums
  12. AND NOBODY WANTS TO BUY 1ST CREDIT EITHER Planned Sale of UK Debt Buyer 1st Credit Put on Hold (07/25/08) Planned Sale of UK Debt Buyer 1st Credit Put on Hold An auction conducted by Citigroup to find a buyer for United Kingdom-based accounts receivable management firm 1st Credit failed to find a buyer willing to pay what the firm’s current private equity owner was looking for. Earlier in the year, it was reported that Bridgepoint would be seeking at least $650 million for debt buyer and collector 1st Credit (“
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