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  1. You pay the official receiver for PD kitchens as listed on companies house. They have a bank account for it. If you owe PD kitchens... To stop bailiffs you need to get this before a court quickly on an application. They do not know that the CCJ was issued in the wrong name and can continue enforcement. You also cannot pay Horsham as the judgement is in PD name. You need to get this back to issue stage and defend - tell your solicitor to get the judgement set aside, as issued in wrong name, you have no financial connection to PD ie owe nothing to them. Then produce evidenc
  2. As you don't owe the money to the company on the CCJ you could set it aside. If you do owe the money, you pay it to the company named and by virtue to the liquidators / appointed insolvency practitioner. To do otherwise would be detrimental to any creditors of the liquidated business. This will discharge your indebtness. Ultimately he needs to remove the judgement in the wrong name, alternative you can make application to do so then reclaim cost when you successfully defend new claim issued by the correct claimant. You have records to evidence no debt is due or in dispute ? Als
  3. Fill in DS01 and file at companies house. If a creditor disagrees they can pay to fight it. Legally all the debts are the ltd entity. You should not have been paying them personally unless you signed a PG, even then if not named on the judgement, not for you to pay. https://www.gov.uk/strike-off-your-company-from-companies-register/close-down-your-company
  4. My company which is a international hotel owner and operator utilise both of the biggest housekeeping agency suppliers in the UK- one of them has 3 letters in the name, the other ends in care. Both pay an hourly rate to the staff. For invoicing purposes to to us as the customer we are charged per room cleaned. It is expected that a worker cleans 2.2 rooms per hour. We are charged somewhere between 5.50 and 6.50 per room cleaned. I would check the payslip and ensure that hours worked and pay do not fall below nlw. Happy to assist further...
  5. We use the same system in our hotels. It does not store whirls, but takes measure ments of width length etc. Having said that, if it prevents fraud then any system is better than pen and paper. The flip side is it also accurately records time worked for the employee. If you are loosing half an hour for being a minute late, and on minimum wage \ living wage, this is illegal. If the company is doing great this routinely as a procedure report them to HMRC minimum wage investigation team. They will take action and ensure the payment of lost wages is made and fine the company and pu
  6. My companys pmi is a taxable benefit of 567 pa as stated in my p11d. Just for cost comparison. Whilst is is part of my perks, I have to opt in. It is not automatic. Regards C
  7. A DEO would still need to be notified to and actioned by your payroll. They will also need to undertake to make bank transfer for the deduction from pay to the beneficiary on the DEO. Multiple government departments can issue a DEO without judicial oversight. I have one case ongoing with HMRC, to which my local MP is assisting. I will provide a vast ream of paperwork to the site team once progression is made. There are multiple disclosures made, and in the latest raft of benefits system dump, my NI number has been linked to another person, in a county I have never visited let lived in.
  8. Great it's Amex - they don't screw around it's not illegal but if you are not aware of the charge it's unfair. Also amex charges the retailer the highest commission at around 3.5 % compared to visa master at 1.04 to 2.69 depending on card type. They appear to be passing on the credit card commission cost. If they are doing this, please name and shame the hotel and it's group. Or you could offer to pay on a debit card, that is generally a flat rate .25p. When you do charge back , you will still need to pay for the service . You may like to know that each charge back
  9. Charge back... Charges not recognised. Hotel would have to prove by reg card \ booking. Booking.com etc forward card details to hotel to charge. Most hotels preauth these i) to check card is valid not stolen, ii) to ensure funds are available. Some hotels process these a couple of days prior to arrival as a deposit on account, others on Checkin when you will be asked to present card and enter PIN. PIN entry removes merchant liability shift as the card was in possession and was not keyed as in customer not present - no defense by merchant. In all this booking.com laterooms,
  10. Having being spending a huge amount of time dealing with accruals for this for my company since Jan... Company has 2400 plus staff multiple sites on varying contracts. Holiday pay is accrued based on the contract hours of employment. If you are contracted for 18 hours per week, you accrue based on this, if you are zero hours, it's based on 13 week average. If you are salaried 40 hours \ week it's based on this. The stat minimum in UK is 28 days , or 5.6 weeks, based on your hours worked for a normal working day per your contract. This is 20 days leave plus stat public 8 hols. Your co
  11. Don't forget your accrued holiday entitlement for the maternity leave if you have not already taken it... KIT days ? N
  12. I had the same issue over multiple years. Penalties and interest for non return of SA forms after returning to employment from self employed - I had to SAR the revenue as I disposed of letters older than 6 years. In the pack was copy of letter from them in 2004 stating that I no longer had to fill in SA forms. Despite this I had to fill in 2004 to 2013, of which the first 5 years were out of time. It was only after contacting my local MP, and onwards Lin Horner, that 15k of penalties were removed, as no tax was due for that period. I may add that HMRC never contacted about the debt, despite h
  13. Never allow a pre auth on a debit card. It can take up to 14 days to release compared to 7 days on a CC. EVERY merchant has a pre auth release method, not your bank, but the intermediate service like elavon, Barclay's merchant service (BMS), global pay. Some are via email, others via fax. The quickest method to release a held amount is to complete using the pre auth code for a penny. This releases the balance overnight \ 24 hours. Also LR screwed up. They provide to the hotel your card number as a guarantee. They should not have charged. What should have happened is either, the amo
  14. Hi Gany, My concern was the way the article read, that an automatic SA is granted on application. No where did it say that you need a valid reason on top of incorrect address to be successful. That is why I consider a lot of 255 quid's throw at it, with no certainty of success. If the incorrect address is the only reason then the variation is the better option financially. Credit file is trashed anyway. BF's post 6 by far reads more structured and helpful. And yes, I believe that it should be SA on application, wiped from CRA files, pending a new hearing. In many cases, these
  15. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/guides/article-3798933/Don-t-let-debt-ruling-knew-ruin-life-year-900-000-county-court-judgments-handed-s-fight-them.html Please make them stop....can see a lot of people throwing 255.00 quid at these. It's a shame as the old address issue needs to be out there, had the reporter \ editor done some proper research, this could have really got it out there. Maybe needs moving elsewhere.....
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