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  1. The OFT have been made aware of his two new companies, DONEGAL INVESTIGATIONS (EUROPE) LTD & SNATCHBACKS MEDIA LTD. I wouldn't anticipate him getting a CCL through any company where he is a registered director or officer any time soon...
  2. "With Luck, a Crown or Civil Court will be requisitioning them soon " maybe the OFT or the police are already on the case?
  3. I do hope the relevant authorities have taken steps to secure the raw footage shot by Firecracker, I happen to know there are some very interesting scenarios played out for the benefit of documentation by the camera contained therein.
  4. Struggling to think of any further breaches of the relevant laws or guidelines that might have made a third episode worthwhile brassnecked, they certainly seem to have been very thorough. Mind you one can only surmise at what behaviour is contained in the rushes that even they didn't see fit to use for the broadcast programme.
  5. I'm quite close to Cheatoman and he tells me that when he saw your concerns he popped over to twitter to find he had been suspended over his little public awareness campaign. All sorted now and he tells me there's quite a bit of life in the old dog yet.
  6. On the subject of LBL companies repossessing cars criminally and the Police claiming it's a civil matter here's a link to a thread from a couple of years back. It has a very happy ending for the victim. If I'm not mistaken it's the same branch of Mobile Money involved in the historic thread as issued all the repo "orders" to Donegal Investigations in the C4 programme "The Repo Man". I might be wrong, it might be Redditch not Birmingham. Still the result is the same if you persist. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?329429-Mobile-Money-(the-Police-cl
  7. Ah yes 'phone the police, if they even bother attending then you'll receive the old "It's a civil matter" chestnut. good luck with that..... I do wonder exactly what Firecracker filmed the policeman featured in the broadcast being told though I wonder if the constable was led to believe Donegal were Baillifs? The secure compound might be either an industrial estate in Cannock or a B&Q car park I'm led to believe. AFAIK Donegal do not have a secure compound, I've received the details of several locations they use but they all seem to be publicly accesible place
  8. These aren't Court sanctioned enforcements, the LBL companies themselves issue a "repossession order" directly to Donegal Investigations. Although it does depend on the circumstances of each particular case I would suspect that almost all such repo orders would fall down on either the Bill of Sale not being registered or non compliance with the CCA 1974 somewhere within the process if regulated by the CCA1974. There is a reason LBL companies use muscle to do their snatches, it's hard to point out that they've no right to take your car and argue the finer points o
  9. Nice one TomTubby never thought of the Data Protection issues. That'll be another investigation then mind you both C4 and Firecracker rode roughshod over data protection issues themselves, not all the victims even consented to appearing in the programme would you believe. I can see the LBL co's sharing sensitive financial data with unregistered outfits such as this one beicoming yet another problem for them in whats promising to be a difficult issue already. Firecracker and C4 failed abjectly in ensuring the compliance of this broadcast, the following is a brief excerpt from a letter I'v
  10. Don't worry Brassnecked, everyone who should be informed has or will very shortly be receiving a very detailed dossier pinpointing all offences (civil and criminal) identified to have been committed by Donegal Investigations and the creditor(s) in some instances. Channel 4 Legal have gone silent on me since they received incontrovertible proof that Mr James was at the time of filming unlicensed for debt collection purposes. A national newspaper has received a back story with supporting evidence and is looking into an exposure. I have invited C4 both directly and via OFCOM to mak
  11. Raydetinu you make some good points. One case I am involved with which occured during the filming of this programme involves a victim of Mobile Money who had an agreement made under the CCA 1974 and was thus awarded the protection afforded by that Act. It appears that the BOS was not ever registered in this case. Firecracker filmed Donegal Investigations arriving at the victims home then filmed Mr. James handing the victim the Default Notice from Mobile Money. The victim had the awareness to have the service of the default notice recorded by the film crew and made an averrment to the ca
  12. Raydetinu you make some good points. One case I am involved with which occured during the filming of this programme involves a victim of Mobile Money who had an agreement made under the CCA 1974 and was thus awarded the protection afforded by that Act. It appears that the BOS was not ever registered in this case. Firecracker filmed Donegal Investigations arriving at the victims home then filmed Mr. James handing the victim the Default Notice from Mobile Money. The victim had the awareness to have the service of the default notice recorded by the film crew and
  13. Those with an inquisitive mind might want to check the CCL record for licence number. 647582 Notice anything about one of the t/a names? The really inquisitive might want to hit the history button to see what two pertinent events occurred on the 12th February 2013. I can prove at least some of the debt collection activity filmed and broadcast occurred in Jan 2013 at a time when GI was indisputably NOT covered by the GF LTD CCL and GF LTD were not themselves licensed for debt recovery. Revisit the Sun article and re-read the closing quote from C4. Notice how it is written in the pr
  14. Hi all long time no speak. If it's any reassurance to anybody as of tonights broadcast I have a very personal interest indeed in this show and particularly in a few of the people and companies involved. I am on the inside kicking out. I have Prima Facie evidence of LBL's wrongdoings and Sean James's wrongdoings during or preceding the making of this show. I'm also taking on the Indie and Broadcaster for these and other issues and am in a very strong position to ensure that any and all breaches alleged against any party involved are pursued by the relevant authorities. I did
  15. It wont go SB'ed because the claim was issued within the six years (just). If you apply to set aside the ccj then the claim goes back to the beginning so you will be served the claim paperwork and then enter your defence. If at that stage you admit it and offer to pay you'll still end up with a ccj recorded against you. IMO you need to make this uneconomically viable for Link to pursue. In applying for the claim to be set aside refer to CPR hit them as hard as you can. eg Despite the defendant remaining in contact with the original creditor after moving house in 2003 and
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