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Just tell them to FOXTROT OSCAR :D I've had enough of this thread coming up in my email reminders so someone please take the advice given :D

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got 4th letter today which was very quick and is totally different from the last ones says

"our evidence shows the work was made available on one or more peer to peer networks......" and then says 1) downloaded using your ip address and during the down load, the p2p client software may have made those parts downloaded immediatley available to other concurrent users: or 2)previously downloaded to the 'shared files' folder of such software, which the software the made the work automatically available to other concurrent users" blah blah sending me £350 in 14 days."

but the one big flaw is I DID NOT DO IT!!!!

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I havent had one of these letters personally, but if i had...they would get 1 LOD & then that would be the end of it.

On the end id put something like "No furthur correspondence will be entered into"

Thats because i know how the legal system as a whole works more so than alot of other people on here & i say that with the greatest respect...

The next time they would ever hear from me would be via a county court room in a, take me there or p*ss off sort of way.

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at what point do you stop replying? I always reply as someone said it would go against you if you dont

 

You were misinformed. A single letter of denial is all that is required. In actual fact it wouldn't really "go against you" if you ignored them completely. A judge would consider the evidence, not whether you had played letter ping-pong or not. But the more you reply to them, the more thy will see you as a hooked fish, and they will never stop.

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The thing with not replying in a civil case, is it could go against you, as the courts (as if its ever going to get there) like to see you have tried to resolved the matter before being taken to court. I have kept all my replies as simple as I could along the lines of.

 

 

I did not commit or knowingly let anyone else commit the offence you claim happened.

 

I have also yet to see any proper evidence from you reguarding this matter other than a seemingly random generated IP address, When I see proper evidence from you reguarding this matter, including the methods of obtaining my IP address, I will then anwser your letters properly.

 

And till I recieve this information, any replys I send to you will be a photocopy copy of this reply.

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Why not reply to new allegations made if it only costs you a A4 piece of paper, an envelope and a stamp? :confused:

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This lot have gone ever so quiet lately....have they gone out of business or something? :eek:

 

I haven't heard anything since my 2nd LOD back in Aug ........ I don't know if to contact them to see if this is the end of it as I can't help but let it niggle at me not knowing.

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I haven't heard anything since my 2nd LOD back in Aug ........ I don't know if to contact them to see if this is the end of it as I can't help but let it niggle at me not knowing.

had 2 letters last week so still going

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I haven't heard anything since my 2nd LOD back in Aug ........ I don't know if to contact them to see if this is the end of it as I can't help but let it niggle at me not knowing.

 

if i were you i wont becuse it could give them the impression that you are easy victim. dont worry too much, if you have not done what they allege why worry. I know

its difficult but keep urself calm and cool and in time it will go away

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Not everyone who posts is quite all that they seem :(

 

I suspct we will hear, in the fullness of time, from someone claiming that ACS have won a massive case against them, for some astronomical sum, where nobody is quite able to find any details of the case :rolleyes:

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I suspct we will hear, in the fullness of time, from someone claiming that ACS have won a massive case against them, for some astronomical sum, where nobody is quite able to find any details of the case :rolleyes:

 

If they follow the Davenport Lyons M.O. yes.

 

After that they will probably bunk off to some other solicitors that will host them.

 

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I know we've been over this a million times, but can we clarify the following:

- No known defended case has been taken to court by DL or ACS?

 

This including games, pornographic material or music?

 

In a hypothetical senario, should they decide to issue Court proceedings, would they do it in the order of claims i.e. games, porno then music?

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No known defended case has gone to court. It is in considerable doubt whether the undefended case trumpeted by Davenport Lyons was real or not.

 

It's impossible to say how they might proceed, I doubt if they know themselves, considering they seem to be making it all up as they go along :rolleyes: Personally, I doubt they dare go near a court.

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Not everyone who posts is quite all that they seem :(

 

I suspct we will hear, in the fullness of time, from someone claiming that ACS have won a massive case against them, for some astronomical sum, where nobody is quite able to find any details of the case :rolleyes:

 

No worries on that score...CAGGERS will be keeping a careful eye out on anyone who dares to post such nonsense designed to frighten people :cool:

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DEAR ACS:LAW watch this space on 14th November at around 12 o´clock (GMT +1).

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/welcome-consumer-forums/107001-how-do-i-dummies.html

 

 

 

 

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i will reveal all tommorrow for all acs law hopefulls is going to hit wind turbines cant tell you anything till tommorrow guys n gals....but watch this space acs run for cover MR CROSSLEY

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http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/welcome-consumer-forums/107001-how-do-i-dummies.html

 

 

 

 

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DEAR ACS:LAW watch this space on 14th November at around 12 o´clock (GMT +1).

 

Are the flaming clocks changing again? :rolleyes:

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is your inbox free car i can send you a private message not for the forum just yet

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/welcome-consumer-forums/107001-how-do-i-dummies.html

 

 

 

 

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Probably

Always happy to help where I can!

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It was Winston Churchill who said; "Democracy is the worst way to run a country except for all the others"

 

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