I received my 3rd letter today like 2 weeks after my 2nd LOD.
Saying pretty much the same thing as the 2nd letter I received saying it was a template and they cant accept at face valve at what I said because it is a generic response.
In my 2nd LOD I simply said I standby my 1st letter and having spoken to my solicitor you have no valid reason not to accept my letter.
Further on in the letter they say the open offer of compromise made in our original letter to you is hereby withdrawn. We have instructions from our clients to pursue this matter against you further.
And then in another page they write something to totally contradict what they said in the 1st page.
They send me a form to offer to settle.
Also don't think they even read what they wrote because one line says
If the offer is accepted with 21 days of service of this notice you will be liable for out clients costs in accordance with rule 36.10 of the civil procedure rules SAVE THAT if you accept the offer within this time our client will waive any claim for costs.
Surely a NOT is missing somewhere in the 1st line, unless it is of course me being the dumb one and cant read.
And last of all the biggest joke was the amount
The offer is £225.00
The reason the above offer has increased from the "open" offer of compromise is that you have chose not to accept the open offer of compromise and delivered in response a template letter that you obtained from the internet, which did not address the specific infringement of copyright identified as having occurred through your internet connection.
Funny thing is the amount has actually gone DOWN! The amount originally £295.
Anyone else get this? Or just me? Should I worry if it is just me?