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  1. Parental responsibility

     

    Parental responsibility means being responsible for:

     

    l Your child’s wellbeing

    l Looking after your child

    l Feeding and clothing your child

    l Making decisions about their schooling

    l Deciding whether to consent to medical treatment

    l Representing them in legal proceedings

    l Making decisions about where to live

    l Making decisions about their religious upbringing.

     

    so lets assume he takes me to court and wins what do i do how does this actually affect me would it affect me getting a student loan for university etc.

  2. I doubt he'll go anywhere near a courtroom door.

     

    it is a well known [email protected] and I would expect the money that was hacked away from you was them in both instances anyway.

     

    its almost like this is a student legal project question TBH.

    don't mean this funny like..but its word for word on the numerous descriptions of how this [email protected] works you can find online.

     

    dx

     

    ok thanks for the help dude.

  3. Hi guys im new here ,

    i signed up because im being threatened to be taken to a small claims court.

     

    A long story short

    1 or 2 years ago i met a guy on gumtree (that had bought a computer off me) and he had asked whether i could supply him with a large amount of computer components,

     

    me being not being mature and silly i accepted this and we talked over email for a bit to confirm details.

    After that he had transferred over £70k into my bank and what we agreed is that i give him a certain amount of computer components each week which i did for several months until the guy supplying me with the cheap components stole a large sum of cash from me which was so stupid of me. i was left with £25k left and £40k worth of components left to give him.

     

    I got scared at this time

    i lost communication with my customer and pretended it didn't exist.

     

    at the time i was doing GCSEs and wanted to focus on the exams at the time.

    after the exams i had gained enough confidence to contact him and explain what had happened

     

    he agreed that i could just give the rest of his money back by paying £2.5k a week,

    what i did was i put the money into crypto trading and i spent hours upon hours on the trading site and most cases only getting a couple hours sleep but i was making just enough for the £2.5k a week

     

    i continued paying him off for a few months until my trading account got hacked and all my money was stolen

    (i did file a police report to action fraud but nothing happened) and the website owners said they could not do anything.

     

    The customer asked what had happened to the payments after i had not made that weeks payment i panicked and blocked his email address and all was good for 6 months im doing a-levels atm (physics,chemistry and computer science).

     

    I was really enjoying life without the stress.

    Recently i got an email from his brothers email stating that i had owed £12k and that i can pay it now or pay £14k in small claims court .

     

    I am more than willing to pay this off and had no intention of taking his money but tbh i was scared out my mind.

    the problem is i am a 17 full time student doing really hard a-levels that require my full time and i currently dont have a job and have like £30 in my bank.

     

    i dont have many possessions as i had sold most of it to make my final £2.5k payment.

    i have a average computer, an iphone 5c and a good pair of headphones .

     

    I am just asking for what i should do in my position as i did some research and i read something about how you cant make a claim against a child and how you cant make a claim above £10k

    is this true

    if not how would i go about this as im not going to lie i have no clue on what to do.

     

    I would greatly appreciate any advice with this.

     

    Many thanks in advance.

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