Reston's have a CO, now they want me to inc my installment order?! in Financial Legal Issues Posted November 19, 2016 As I explained, the information is common knowledge and has been for several years. I also agree with your the "client is paying" stance. But your comment misses the real world fact that Solicitors have been point blank refusing to act on their clients wishes in this area. They simply refuse and state the creditor "has" to be repaid? Sparklyfairy (a contributor to this thread in 2011) is also a fellow contributor elsewhere; she (and dozens of other posters) have been searching for a Solicitor to act on their wishes since that time. In September of this year a firm of Solicitors agreed to act as she wanted for her sale and she sold successfully. All that is being offered to posters of CAG is the same opportunity to acquire the information of who Sparkly used? If the moderators of this thread feel that is a step too far then its your posters who lose out?