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  1. Companies House today 12/06/18 confirmed that Claire Louise Sandbrook, High Court Enforcement Officer and owner of Shergroup Ltd is officially a resident in the USA, as per her completed form for Persons with Significant Control dated last year on 02/06/2017 (but filed today). 12 Jun 2018 - Change of details for Mrs Claire Louise Sandbrook as a person with significant control on 2 June 2017 - New Country /State usually resident: United States https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/04771589/filing-history Given that aside from Shergroup, Sandbrook sells her authority as an HCEO to the likes of DCBL and many other HCEO "franchises" does she really have control of the writs issued in her name? With the recent DCBL case it would appear not - DCBL Ordered to pay £20k Maybe it's finally time for a review into the HCEO system...
  2. There have been many questions about these companies and confusion amongst the many different 'Sher' companies and what they do so I thought I'd clarify the matter for those who keep asking. Shergroup Ltd Shergroup, which traded as Sherforce until recently, is the vehicle used by Claire Louise Sandbrook to undertake the execution of High Court writs in her capacity as an authorised High Court Enforcement Officer. On 3rd May 2016 there was a First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off, the second one since they had the same on 29th May 2012. This is due to failure to submit company accounts. Companies House information Some peoples concerns are that should the company be dissolved as per the notice then that would likely see the bank accounts closed including the account which holds client monies recovered under enforcement activities. Sherwins Ltd Sherwins, is listed a a firm of solicitors and trades as the Sheriffs Lodgment Centre. This is the vehicle used by Claire Louise Sandbrook (the only solicitor employed by them according to the SRA) to 'transfer up' judgments and orders to the High Court for enforcement. Essentially it is her acting a Solicitor to the claimant and/or client on the transfer form N293A. On the 3rd May 2016 there was a First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off again for overdue accounts. Companies House information The Sherbet Foundation The Sherbet Foundation was a registered charity that was set up to help individuals and families who had been subject to enforcement action. It is unclear how much was passed to these individuals and families but the details of the charity can be and some financial information found here: Sherbet charity info And here: http://www.thesherbetfoundation.com/how-sherbet-works.aspx It would appear that whilst no money has gone through the charity in recent years it is still actively registered. Shercar Ltd Shercar was a system that allowed qualifying enforcement officers and bailiffs the ability to check with DVLA the current registered keeper of a vehicle by inputting it's registration number. It is unclear if this is still used and I am advised that the license has expired. The company also appears dormant although it is unclear if Shercar was once a trading name of another entity. Companies House information There are other 'Sher' companies which include Sherbond Ltd, Sherforce Ltd, Shercurity Ltd and Shergroup Technology Ltd but these are now non-trading and most work goes through Shergroup Ltd.
  3. It is rumoured that Shergroup Limited, director/owner Claire Louise Sandbrook, was the subject of a winding up order heard (ironically) last Friday(13th) March. Does anyonr know the details? Champagne on ice but I've not yet popped the cork !!!!
  4. Hi there, I'm fairly new CAG member (well I joined on the back of this recent issue as it happens) if this is posted in the wrong place please point me in the right direction and apologies in advance- tech savvy is not my middle name! I was with a housing assoc in London for a short while as I had to move down there with my wife while her mother was receiving treatment in hospital and we wanted to be nearer. According to the assoc we didn't end the tenancy correctly when we moved back to Wales and were left with an arrears of around £700. Due to these arrears as we did not address it they obtained a CCJ against me which I did not contest (from reading through CAG so far I know I should have in hindsight but it was a very stressful time) I heard nothing about it for a good year and a half so along with the fact we moved house a few times in this period thought it was more or less forgotten. We then however started receiving letters from The Corporate and Legal DCA which was unnerving but we thought like before it would go away after a while if not addressed, I know a few people who have had similar issues with other DCAs who have done the same and they gave up after no time at all. Things took an alarming turn however when me and the wife received a further letter 2 weeks ago from The Corporate Legal saying they had 'passed our account for high court enforcement with their agents Shergroup' I would love any feedback on whether this is an empty threat or if this is a reality we now need to deal with. Any help no matter how small (even if its just telling me I'm on the wrong thread ) will be much appreciated by me and my wife. Thanks in advance, Peterarebit
  5. The above company attended the premises next door to where my business is based. They cut off the locks on our property and prevented us working and took our friends dog away (charged him for its return). The bailiff then admitted he had been misled by the adjoining tenant and that he would not have broken into our property or prevented us from working had he known the true facts - the adjoining tenant had obtained a court warrant for possession without providing any plans. After much debate Shergroup seemed very decent and agreed to pay us nearly £800 for the damage they caused. They repeatedly confirmed the debt in writing. They then said they would send a cheque. After a month or so they said they would transfer the money. Then a couple of weeks ago they said they would send a cheque. For a firm which supposedly has such high standards it seems they are unable to pay their debts as they fall due and someone has suggested that we should issue a statutory demand. I have all the email promises which come from MD down. Does anyone have any advice the best way to get them to pay or should we just send the Bailiffs in?
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