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  1. My mate that is a copper asked me a really strange question regarding this subject. He had stopped a vehicle in this case no VED (tax) that had its owner listed at a mail box. The owner said he was homeless and living in the car. Unfortunately for this driver there was a warrant out for their arrest for non-payment of fines. (traffic offences) unfortunately he was arrested and put before the Courts the next day. As for hiding his home address behind the mailbox we discovered that under the DVLA rules you have to register a vehicle at a residential address. The rules for this are in the DVLA site if you care to look for them try looking for how to fill in your application form page four. In EU law these are covered in Article 7 of the second European Directive on driving licences (91/439/EEC), see here for more details >> http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:31991L0439&from=EN More information regarding the subject of DVLA enforcement can be found here >> https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/403028/Vehicle_Enforcement_Policy__revised_.pdf Document published – February 2015 Review date – August 2015 This is also an interesting subject for enforcement of various Court orders and the like. Also that by hiding behind the mailbox the debtor tried their best to keep their home address secret. It failed on this occasion. Finally there are the offences relating to not providing your correct address on your license and V5. Both of these carry a large penalty. As you can see you are making much more trouble for yourself in trying to hide where you live, if you have an EA that has a warrant for lets say a PCN. They can still clamp the vehicle anyways. Then you have the same issues if you have outstanding fines and try to leave the country by normal means the Police and BA can detain you as well. See the article by the BBC some time ago here >> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-28056950 More information on proving your identity and residence regarding licenses and or a V5 form can be found here >> https://www.gov.uk/vehicle-registration/new-registrations One of the many questions regarding hiding behind a mailbox is that of enforcement and trying to hide goods that maybe subject to being controlled by an EA. Your thoughts please...
  2. Adblock Plus allows people browsing the internet to automatically hide those intensely irritating adverts and pop-ups on pages that they’re visiting Over in Germany, a group of media companies took AdBlock Plus to court. They said it was threatening their business and that the whole thing is anti-competitive and, of course, they wanted it to be shut down. However, much to the dismay of the media outlets, a court ruled in favour of allowing people to continue to block ads. http://www.bitterwallet.com/court-rules-in-favour-of-software-that-blocks-adverts/84795 http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/adblock-plus-technology-to-hide-adverts-on-websites-is-legal-court-rules-10195786.html
  3. Millions of Britons fail to tell their partners of their outstanding debts, savings or investments. Twenty per cent of Britons - or 6.2 million of us - have debts that they have not disclosed to their partners. The average value of these outstanding debts is £9,546. Other financial skeletons include hidden savings and investments, with 4.3 million people admitting that they have private nest eggs of savings and investments kept secret from their other halves. On average, these concealed finances are worth £2,004. According to a survey by Prudential which examined the attitude towards financial planning among cohabiting couples over 40, 14pc of respondents say their partner does not know how much they earn. For 9pc of these people, this is because they claim they do not discuss earnings – despite living under the same roof. However, the remaining 5pc admitted this is because they deliberately mislead their partners into thinking they earn more or less than they actually do. When those who had admitted to having hidden debt were asked how the situation arose, more than a third said they had borrowed money to cover everyday living costs. Thirty-three per cent said they had borrowed the money to pay off other outstanding debts, such as credit card bills, and a further 6pc said the debt arose through travel costs. More reasons for this hidden debt included overspending due to an emotional situation, with 5pc claiming this was the reason for their financial trouble, and a further 5pc said their debt had been inherited from previous relationships, such as joint mortgages. Link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/savings/9693612/One-in-five-hide-savings-and-debt-from-their-partners.html
  4. Not only will they take 20% of 'your' money plus another 20%vat on top of that, they spend some of that money they take from you paying Indian spammers to spam forums. They also conveniently do not have their Terms & Conditions showing saying there is a problem with the page but admin have been informed. Well admin must be on holiday because it's been like that for a long time. What have they to hide, what is in their T&C they don't want you to know. http://uknationalforums.com/showthread.php?1035-Claiming-Back-PPI
  5. Hi there Can anyone help please, can you give me some advice. I am currently black-listed due to my poor debt management. It all started about 8-9 Years ago, i have changed my surname during this period( to open a bank account) and i have moved house twice. I had two credit cards few store/catalouge accounts a bank consolidation loan probably totalling in the region of 15-20k. Its so long ago i cant remember. I'm on benefits, older and wiser and have children and i regret every penny of debt i have fallen into. My dream is to get back into work eventually have a mortgage and possibly set up a small business. No one has traced me so far, but i worry that my dream can never come true due to my debt. I will never get a mortgage or help with a business loan and fear one day if by magic i did manage to have attain my dream that a debtor can come an take it all away. Can any one advise, i havent checked my credit file as i dont want them to know me current address.Should i settle my debt or should i continue to hide under my alias..(which just has one debt against it through no fault of my own it is due to 3 mobile company) Please help!
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