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    • This is the entrance until recently.   Is this place near you?  Would it be easy to go back and take photos of the signs as they are now, especially at the entrance? Arndale entrance.pdf
    • well 10/10 for opening a parachute account and stopping LLoyds dipping into your meagre income.   who are moorcrofts stated client please on their letters?   as for cabot, send them a CCA request when did you take this card out please?    
    • Yes it is the Arndale. Until 2018 it had always been free to park there then they introduced charges. I'm guessing the carer might have thought it was still free for 3 hours. 
    • I sold an item on ebay through their bidding system, ebay recommended I use PackLink as a delivery service so I did. I dropped the item at a local shop and video tapped the item being taped in the parcel with the label stuck on. The parcel was scanned and approved awaiting to be collected by somebody from Hermes The person collected this parcel later that same day (both events are recorded on hermes tracking website) and the tracking did not update past that point. I contacted Ebay, PackLink and made attempts to contact Hermes the following day to trace the parcel, and it took PackLink 6 working days to establish that the parcel was 'lost'. Hermes contact was appalling as it is automated (live chat and phone) and when I could get through, their automated system stated that due to the label being from PackLink, all issues are with them. Once the parcel was lost, I was told to write up a claim form, for PackLink which I did so. They initially offered me £25 + label cost, which I told them I reject through email. They then refunded me both amounts despite me rejecting this.   It took 6 working days for them to admit a problem and to send me that amount despite my rejection.   I found this companies house number for PackLink: 09026541   That claim form you have linked me is for people who have a claim against them, is this the right link (it asks me questions such as if I received notice from the creditor, why I ceased payments etc)   Thank you for the assistance.   I have just checked today and it says:   HERMES PARCELNET LIMITED filed an acknowledgment of service on 19/10/2020   The claim was submitted by me on the 12th.   Am I able to PM you privately with my claim form?  
    • Is this the Arndale?  On Google Maps it seems the only multi-storey in the area, and it's "managed" by ES Parking.  I see that there were recently three hours' free parking.  As dx says, that will be on the planning permission which immediately knocks the fleecers' claim out of the water.   Plus, love to see them pursue someone for driving who can't physically drive!
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    • I came across this discussion recently and just wanted to give my experience of A Shade Greener that may help others regarding their boiler finance agreement.
       
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    • Dazza a few months ago I discovered a good friend of mine who had ten debts with cards and catalogues which he was slavishly paying off at detriment to his own family quality of life, and I mean hardship, not just absence of second holidays or flat screen TV's.
       
      I wrote to all his creditors asking for supporting documents and not one could provide any material that would allow them to enforce the debt.
       
      As a result he stopped paying and they have been unable to do anything, one even admitted it was unenforceable.
       
      If circumstances have got to the point where you are finding it unmanageable you must ask yourself why you feel the need to pay.  I guarantee you that these companies have built bad debt into their business model and no one over there is losing any sleep over your debt to them!  They will see you as a victim and cash cow and they will be reluctant to discuss final offers, only ways to keep you paying with threats of court action or seizing your assets if you have any.
       
      They are not your friends and you owe them no loyalty or moral duty, that must remain only for yourself and your family.
       
      If it was me I would send them all a CCA request.   I would bet that not one will provide the correct response and you can quite legally stop paying them until such time as they do provide a response.   Even when they do you should check back here as they mostly send dodgy photo copies or generic rubbish that has no connection with your supposed debt.
       
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I would think the Principal and governors of Plymouth College of Art would be horrified at what their college has got involved with.

 

Me too although at least if the Chief Superintendent and the Devon & Cornwall police legal advisory team have called this correctly, this shenanigan might ultimately be beneficial in the long term to the college.:roll:

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Yesterday Fred and I were composing a letter to Lyons Davidson as they had asked him to acknowledge receipt of the witness statement they'd sent. This witness statement to the effect that the barrier allegedly damaged by Fred was an RIB and replaced by a BFT is, as Tld has explained, utter tosh and the last time this information was "disclosed" it didn't come supported by a statement of truth,just sent in a letter by Lyons Davidson so we had asked for it to be properly issued.

Now this new statement from Mr Dexter does have a statement of truth of sorts, except that it isn't dated at all. So would I be right in thinking that statements of truth should be dated?

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Don't forget when writing to point out that they failed to comply with the order as highlighted:

 

The claimant complies with the order of this Court dated *** July 2009 and provides disclosure to the defendant of the original barrier make, model number and serial number or if unable to so do provides the defendant with a signed statement setting out the grounds on which they base their claim that the barrier in question was not manufactured by FAAC

 

A dismissive and unsupported statement simply to the effect that 'it was not a FAAC' does not comply. They have admittted destroying all records relating to this barrier it is therefore not unreasonable to ask on what grounds then they are able to state definititively 3 and a half years later that it wasn't a FAAC is it,the Judge didn't seem to think it unreasonable either. Especially when the witness making the statement can't tell the difference between a BFT and a RIB when it's bright orange has sat outside his office for three and a half years and has 'RIB' plastered over it?:D:D

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Don't forget when writing to point out that they failed to comply with the order as highlighted:

 

The claimant complies with the order of this Court dated *** July 2009 and provides disclosure to the defendant of the original barrier make, model number and serial number or if unable to so do provides the defendant with a signed statement setting out the grounds on which they base their claim that the barrier in question was not manufactured by FAAC

 

A dismissive and unsupported statement simply to the effect that 'it was not a FAAC' does not comply. They have admittted destroying all records relating to this barrier it is therefore not unreasonable to ask on what grounds then they are able to state definititively 3 and a half years later that it wasn't a FAAC is it,the Judge didn't seem to think it unreasonable either. Especially when the witness making the statement can't tell the difference between a BFT and a RIB when it's bright orange has sat outside his office for three and a half years and has 'RIB' plastered over it?:D:D

That's very true, thanks TLD. Every effort is being made on the part of Lyons Davidson and their client/s to avoid legitimate issues and treat us as though we were born yesterday. Well when this case started, Fred and I were both somewhat wet behind the ears,but we've grown up fast.:D;)and thanks to your efforts and those of the other caggers who pitch in,

ths is now a formidable team.:D:D

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The choice of words is utterly remarkable, and with a Council approved contractor going into liquidation literally within hours of a protracted dialogue by 'phone and fax you might feel qualified to hazard a guess at where they are going with such a statement. This would explain quite a lot of otherwise wholly irrational behaviour being exhibited by certain people.

 

I thought at the time that the liquidation was revealed that it was a red herring and coincidence but now I'm pretty sure that something very interesting has happened here. Can't wait to find out what.

 

Can you connect the contractor and Mr X at all? I know I went through the contractors public documents a while ago but couldn't see any obvious connecting names

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I thought at the time that the liquidation was revealed that it was a red herring and coincidence but now I'm pretty sure that something very interesting has happened here. Can't wait to find out what.

 

Can you connect the contractor and Mr X at all? I know I went through the contractors public documents a while ago but couldn't see any obvious connecting names

 

I thought the liquidation may have just been a coincidence too, but it made me wonder when I saw how many faxes and phone calls had passed between them and Lyons Davidson immediately before they declared bankruptcy.

I don't know of any connection between Mr X and them either except for their dealings in this case. I'm as curious as you are . The more time goes on, the more obvious it is that something weird is going on.

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I don't know of any connection between Mr X and them either except for their dealings in this case. I'm as curious as you are . The more time goes on, the more obvious it is that something weird is going on.

 

This is not just normal, everyday, weird. This is Marks and Spencer weird.

 

I mean, the case was only for a few thousand pounds. You don't get companies liquidating themselves and all sorts of legal subterfuge for just a few thousand pounds. You don't get people in positions of responsibility sending known falsehoods (if this is what has happened) to the court for a few grand.

 

Something else is up. I have no idea what, but something else, bigger, is up.

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Me too BSC. There's been a lull with nothing to report and waiting isn't something I do very well. I'm hoping there will be some news soon.

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Hi everyone, the lull continues, but I neeed to ask for help please if any of you have got court experience and would be willing to read through the transcript we've now got of the Directions Hearing and give your opinion.

If so please pm me. Thanks, Patma

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Hi everyone, the lull continues, but I neeed to ask for help please if any of you have got court experience and would be willing to read through the transcript we've now got of the Directions Hearing and give your opinion.

If so please pm me. Thanks, Patma

 

I'm prepared to help in any way I can. But I don't have court experience. So, I'm not sure about how helpful I'd be. The last thing I'd want to do is send you in the wrong direction on something.

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Good grief - this is still going on????

 

I havent been on these forums for about 8 months, and this was one of the last posts I made (back on pages 1 and 2!) - cant believe the size!

 

Patma - hope you are doing OK with it....for my curiousity (I dont have time to read 106 pages unfortunately!) can you sum up what has happened since page 2???

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Good grief - this is still going on????

 

I havent been on these forums for about 8 months, and this was one of the last posts I made (back on pages 1 and 2!) - cant believe the size!

 

Patma - hope you are doing OK with it....for my curiousity (I dont have time to read 106 pages unfortunately!) can you sum up what has happened since page 2???

 

 

You REALLY, REALLY REALLY need to read it :grin:

 

 

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You REALLY, REALLY REALLY need to read it :grin:

 

 

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I really really wish I had time!!! :D

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Patma - hope you are doing OK with it....for my curiousity (I dont have time to read 106 pages unfortunately!) can you sum up what has happened since page 2???

 

You REALLY, REALLY REALLY need to read it :grin:

 

 

 

You really should set the time aside Mr. Shed. To ask for a summary on this one is like coming in at half an hour from the end of a film epic & asking what happened! :-D

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I started the thing off!!! Haha! :p

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