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  1. HI Andy I'd be guessing here - but maybe 4 years without acknowledgement/payment - and then the CCJ happened just over 2 years ago. I'm going to contact the courts and see what the dates are exactly, and maybe speak with the original creditor and find out exactly what's what. I'm tempted to make a monthly offer to them (£1) - but having read multiple threads on here - they tend to ignore those.
  2. I have a CCJ for an old debt - an ex applied for some PayDay Loans in my name (whilst we were together) and this is the hangover from it. The CCJ only came to light around 9 months ago, when out of the blue I got a phone call on the office land line and it was TM-Legal... I have no idea how they got the number, or where I worked - but I took their details and called them back in private - and gave them my mobile number, and told them I wanted any future communication to be done by post or email. The guy was a bit arsey - and said they don't do that... but aside from 1 letter my home address, a load of emails and the occasional text message they have left my work alone. I haven't made any contact with them or replied to their emails/texts. Today - I got the following text message: Dear XXX We may try to contact you at work soon, so that we can work with you to find a resolution. Call 01253 531 016 to discuss your options or make the payment via your online account. Regards Tm Legal Services Your Ref: XXXX Just because I'm not replying to them doesn't give them the right to make threats to contact my employer about my personal debts does it? The amount owed is: £2,367 - which I'm guessing has interest and fees on top. I think the original amount was under £800... I spoke to the courts 9 months ago, and I'm fairly confident they sent the court documents to an old address (hence why I knew nothing about it) - and that was some years ago. If I got the CCJ set aside - and the original debt was over 6 years old, can it become statute barred? What enforcement action could be taken if I continue to ignore them - and are they legally allowed to contact my work number, despite having a mobile number (just because I'm not picking up)? Thanks
  3. Hey - got money back in the end. Think it was only because of the bad press he was getting over Facebook than him being a fair trading busines man. Buyer beware...
  4. I will do - the latest is it's going to happen in the next 3 hours (we've heard this before mind...) else we start action. Thanks for your help - the archived web page will prove useful
  5. Looking at that - I bet they don't even adhere to any fire regulations. Just cheap chinese tat. We have made things a little personal, there is one person who has been texting (number on website, so fair game in my eyes) who made a mistake in a post and linked her personal facebook page. Turns out she's on probation as per one of her status's. Scared her a little by saying she's knowingly helping a business defraud a customer by giving us the run around and telling us things that aren't true. She seems a bit panicky now. Could be interesting.
  6. One of the comments was delivered at midnight - this is certainly sounding like him!
  7. Luxury Living International Limited Unit 21 Stone Holme Road, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 8AX Private Limited Company with Share CapitalCompany no. 09978726 Overview Status ACTIVE Incorporated 1 February 2016 (2 Months Old) People 1 active directors & 0 active secretaries View All People > Mr Shahzad Mirza Annual Returns Next annual return made up to 1 February 2017 due by 1 March 2017 Accounts Next accounts made up to 1 March 2017 due by 1 November 2017
  8. Because they both have exactly the same name... I found the company on companies house by searching that name....
  9. Domain name: ll-uk.co.uk Registrant: Shahzad Mirza Registrant type: Unknown Registrant's address: Unit 21, Brittania Mill Stone Holme Road Crawshaw Booth BB4 8AX United Kingdom Company House results show this gentleman operating at the following address - for Luxury Living Unit 1, Whitefield Mill, St Marys Street, Colne, Lancashire, United Kingdom, BB8 7BA Role Director Date of birth February 1977 Appointed on 1 February 2016 Nationality British Country of residence United Kingdom Occupation Director
  10. Am I breaking rules if I post names/addresses on here? It's not privileged information - it's information that's freely available online.
  11. Yes that's the one Ok, I am going to see my brother tomorrow. I've asked them to make a diary/timeline of all the phone calls they've made (well the ones that have been answered anyway) and a brief description on what was discussed/said. Having just spoken to him, I have wrongly assumed he'd recorded a phone call... so we only have one recording (which for me is incriminating enough) and calls are going unanswered. We have a raft of text messages from some of the mobile numbers advertised on the Website which promise a refund and to me acknowledge the sale. I could mail or text you the recording if you have a number/email addy and you can tell me if it's enough? Again thanks for taking the time to read this, you guys are saints
  12. Thank you for taking the time to write a detailed response. Just to clarify - it's Luxury Living UK - the Director on companies house matches the /whois info for the website - and only after name dropping him did I seem to get responses. Their credit rating (I had the Director of the business I work for check) is very good - though they are newly formed. I know too well that cash on collection isn't ideal - but this was my younger brother who is a little more naive. As far as further phone calls are concerned - the latest my brother had (which I think he recorded) he said something along the lines of 'You know what yeah, lets take it to court we love playing in court'. Regards Wayne
  13. Good Morning I apologize if this isn't posted in the correct section. Long story short - my brother purchased a sofa from an online retailer, it was delivered cash on collection, couch was in 'boxes' - when opened the couch was badly damaged. Damage was reported within 5 minutes of delivery, the company ignored and blocked calls from my brother and have refused to do anything about it. We contacted them from a different number and managed to speak with someone who initially offered a refund less delivery (I quoted DSR - as this wasn't a return of unwanted, it was return of faulty) and they then backtracked and said the couch was 'shown' to the customer and they had damaged it. Fast forward a few well worded text messages back and forth - we get an angry call from who I presume was a manager or director - at 1st saying he'd refund, then maniacally changing his mind mid way and saying 'you haven't got a purchase order or invoice, you haven't got a leg to stand on - you haven't got any proof you bought it from us' - which I managed to record Now he's taunting my brother, he has made a few promised to collect and given several times - one at 1:30am and to wait up. He waited up and nothing happened. I am at a loss as to what to do - I have contacted Citizens Advice (as they have to hand over to trading standards) - but haven't had a response. Here is an email I have sent to citizens advice - it goes into a bit more detail, maybe a little ranty... My brother purchased a sofa from Luxuy Living Limited - which we discovered on Facebook. Their web address is: ll-uk.co.uk They arranged contact through one of the mobile phone numbers listed on the website, and delivery was made on Saturday 2nd April. Upon delivery, cash was paid. The sofas came in 'boxes'. The delivery agent briefly broke apart a section of one of the boxes to point at fixings to explain how they clasp together. All seemed well, the drive left and the couch was 'unboxed'. We discovered damage immediately to one of the couches - and made contact to all of the mobile numbers on the website. This was literally within 5 minutes of delivery happening. After being unable to speak with them, we sent some text messages which were not responded to - and further attempts to call were unsuccessful. My brother called me to speak about the problem - and I attempted to call and was able to get a response. It would seem they blocked calls from his number. I'm a little more savvy and wrote a number of constructive texts explaining their obligation as a business - and have received a number of responses. Initially they said they'd refund minus delivery costs of £70 - which I explained was in breach of DSR as we are not 'cancelling' the order because we don't want it, we are returning because it's faulty. After I challenged this, they claimed the couch was unboxed and shown to the customer - and the damage had been caused by them. I challenged this and asked if they had anything signed or any photos to show this - as it's unlikely that they'd cause a manufacturing defect within 5 minutes of delivery. A few more texts back and forth and they made a promise to refund on Sunday 3rd. They waited in all day on the 3rd - nothing happened. By now we'd been back and forth with texts - and received a phone call from an angry gentleman who I believe was the business owner - we recorded the last minute or so of the conversation. He said he'd sort it, and it would happen later on Sunday night or Monday morning, then in the same breathe told us that we didn't have a leg to stand on because we didn't have a purchase order or an invoice. After explaining we have phone records and a raft of text messages discussing the sale and refund from a number listed on his website - he laughed and said he'd change numbers. We have screenshotted data from his website. We are getting absolutely nowhere and this company has behaved despicably.
  14. Yeah, was a wrong letter in the wrong Reg number. It was swiftly corrected - but obviously threw a blip out to the DVLA. Just spoke to the Courts - need to get a few bits of pieces together (which they already have!) and see if we can get them to re-open it. I'll post on here with outcome in due course.
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