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  1. just got this via mail..... Dear Sir/ Madam I was appointed as the Liquidator of the above Company on 13 January 2014 by a resolution of the Company’s members. My appointment was confirmed at the subsequent meeting of the Company’s creditors. The administration of the winding up is now complete and I am obliged to convene final meetings of the Company’s members and creditors pursuant to Section 106 of the Insolvency Act 1986 to report on the conduct of the winding up. Copies of the notice summoning the meetings, the final report on the winding up and a form of proxy are enclosed. The meeting is purely formal and no information other than the report will be presented. I regret to advise you that no dividend will be payable to any class of creditors as no funds have been realised during my administration. If you are entitled to attend and vote at the meeting you may appoint someone to act on your behalf by using the form of proxy, which should indicate your voting instructions, identify the proxy holder and be signed. Please contact me if you have any queries. Kind regards Rejina For and On Behalf Of Mansoor Mubarik ACA FCCA FABRP Liquidator CAPITAL BOOKS Chartered Accountants and Licenced Insolvency Practitioners London Maidstone 122 Hither Green Lane 66 Earl Street Hither Green Maidstone London Kent SE13 6QA ME14 1PS T: 0203 475 2211 T: 01622 754 927 F: 01622 321 000 F: 01622 321 000 E: [email protected] W: http://www.capital-books.co.uk CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE Capital Books may monitor and read all e-mails as it is presumed that they are sent or received in connection with the business of Capital Books or for business use only. Capital Books also monitors e-mails for security reasons to ensure that no unauthorised disclosure of Capital Book's confidential information is passed via the e-mail system. This email and any attachments are confidential. It is intended for the recipient only. If you are not the recipient, any use, disclosure, distribution, printing or copying of this e-mail is unauthorised. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by replying to this e-mail and delete the e-mail from your computer. The contents of any attachment to this e-mail may contain viruses, which could damage your own computer system. While Capital Books has taken every reasonable precaution to minimise this risk, we cannot accept liability for any damage which you sustain as a result of software viruses. You should carry out your own virus checks before opening the attachment. The firm is authorised by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Mansoor Mubarik is authorised to act as an Insolvency Practitioner in the UK by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Capital Books is a trading name of Capital Books (UK) Limited a England & Wales registered company (Company Number 07057648). Registered Office Address: 103 Scotney Gardens, St Peters Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME16 0GT. Please do not print this e-mail unless it is very important.
  2. maybe some important news here, just had these mail back from capital books. "Please be advised that that the company trading as cash4phones entered in to liquidation on the 13 January 2014 and I was appointed liquidator of the company by the shareholders and creditors. Find enclosed the report on the meeting of creditors held on 13 January 2014. It is my duty as Liquidator to investigate the actions/conduct of the directors and to make a report to the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State will then decide whether they have sufficient evidence to be able to issue proceedings under the Company Directors Disqualification Act. I have invited all creditors of the company to provide me with any information they have on the conduct of the directors and I would ask you to provide to me any evidence you have on the directors conduct, alternatively you may provide all of your evidence directly to the Secretary of State. My report is confidential to ensure that any litigation is not adversely affected should the Secretary of State decide to issue proceedings. I would ask that you provide my name and address to any individuals who wish to make a claim in the liquidation or who wish to provide evidence in respect of the conduct of the director. Yours sincerely Mansoor Mubarik." looks like if enough of us reply with details they may take things further?
  3. I've got the box for my S3 somewhere so should have the number too, i feel that if i can't use it why should anyone else. that'll rather reduce their 1700 quid estimate of the value of their assets to roundabout zero....
  4. a good point was raised on another forum (there's plenty of fires burning on this subject around the internet!) If we aren't likely to get phones back, we can assume its theft? and as a result we should (if we have the details) contact providers and have the IMEA blocked so that the phone can no longer be connected to a mobile network. what do you guys think?
  5. exactly, its not confirmed but very suspicious behaviour, considering this goes right back to when watchdog highlighted them on their show and no doubt before then, it seems more than just bad business management and bad luck that have created this situation, it "appears" a conscious attempt to mislead and con people until evidence is found to prove either way its still "suspicion only"
  6. the fact that they have our phones and have not returned them surely means its theft and a criminal offence?? not sure about small print but there wasn't anything that suggested i entered into any contract with them that they haven't breached in regards to sending my phone and them paying out??? must be a way to nail them, even if i don't see my 180 quid or phone again i'd be happy to see them in prison!! the uk public are too often victims of these frauds as we're too trusting and accommodating.
  7. appeared today.... http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/andrew-penman-cash4phones-bosses-meet-3026912 but having read up a little you already know that..
  8. this situation is really starting to grit my s**t , what can be done to get justice? have there been any minutes posted from the creditors meeting? i've logged with action fraud and have a crime number, contacted companies house to see if they can stop the company being closed, what more can we do? i fear this will end badly and no one will see justice, if they had set out to be an honest company and had fallen on hard times, struggled and gone but that's one thing, but going by the shadow directors, transfers of cash between companies and other evidence they've obviously set out to defraud people form the very start. if they get away with this it just shows what a country we live in, this is a massive large scale crime and should be dealt with as such.
  9. I have and have a crime number. also contacted companies house to press them to keep the company from using insolvency to close the company which was obviously setup as a front for criminal activity.
  10. what can we do as a group to take action against these people? I fear that even if we individually get something back through the courts that justice won't have been served, there's hundreds of people that have been conned by these criminals, its obvious that it was their intent from the start. i've also sent an email to companies house complaining about the closure of the company while myself and many others have a claim against them and have police open crime report references relating to their frauds.
  11. i've had a similar issue, posted on another thread with my progress so far.... http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?410658-looks-like-i-might-be-their-next-victim..Cash4phones..-(&p=4433206#post4433206 it would appear that they're being looked at by police etc. so hopefully they won't be allowed to close the Ltd company and we can all make a claim against them, trouble i assume is that if they have evidence of the company having no assets to divide among its claimants we could get nothing, maybe the best that could happen is they're prosecuted for fraud, hard to prove and what would we get back as a result?
  12. as it happens i've just completed the online submission a few minutes ago! let see what happens, i'll keep this thread updated in case its of help to anyone else.
  13. got worse.... After sending an email to threaten court action i got an offer and it showed on their site as pending payment, so i thought i'd wait a week and see if i got it. went back on there yesterday to find their site is down and there's rumours all over the net that the police and trading standards are after them but they're "hiding" what can i do? worth contacting the police?
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