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Strange, my system has no mention of a name change at present.

 

I do note that C4P HOLDINGS LIMITED (Company Number 07474171) is being dissolved and appears to be linked.

 

Their address is:

 

Unit 15 Gateway Mews

Ringway

London

N11 2UT

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They have changed legal address and directors again.

 

@admin, can i post director, name, dob and registred address?I have posession of them. Also name of main shareholder (owner).

 

Full new company details:

 

Yemonia Limited

Reg number: 06300042

 

Suite 21, 5 Spring Street

Paddington, London

W2 3AQ

 

Directors have changed 16 times since march 2010 and they have changed there trading address 4 times, and 2 name changes (previously Smokin Cruises Limited, c4p Trading Limited).

 

Old addresses:

 

till 09/03/2013: 2nd Floor, 43 Broomfield Road, Chelmsford

till 11/01/2011: 4 Broadgate, London, EC2M 2QS

till 21/10/2011: 30 Crown Place, London, EC2A

till 06/12/2013: Unit 15, Gateway Mews, London, N11 2UT

current: Suite 21, 5 Spring Street, Paddington, London, W2 3AQ

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I have filed a court claim against the company cash4phones on 11.12.13, should it of been made against the company rather than the trading name?

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You need it against the CEo really. THe company simply ceases trading, the guy runs off and creates another company.


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i have already filed against cash4phones though, think it should of been the company name yemonia limited, hopefully this will be enough for action. Not sure if i should simply fill in another claim form?

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You cant file it against yemonia. You were dealing with the previous company. Thats why people are trying to get the directors personal info so they can serve documents on him instead.


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You cant file it against yemonia. You were dealing with the previous company. Thats why people are trying to get the directors personal info so they can serve documents on him instead.

 

I wonder if that is why the directors change from one day to the next?


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You cant file it against yemonia. You were dealing with the previous company. Thats why people are trying to get the directors personal info so they can serve documents on him instead.

 

You need to be very careful about who you claim against and make sure it is the right entity. You can't just claim against the Director/CEO as he wasn't liable.

 

You could end up with costs against you for an invalid claim, even if it is in the small claims track.

 

If you have issued against a trading name then the case could well be struck out and is likely to be unenforceable.

 

People really should do their homework before embarking on legal claims. And renegadeimp should know better!

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You cant file it against yemonia. You were dealing with the previous company. Thats why people are trying to get the directors personal info so they can serve documents on him instead.

 

There is no previous company. It is just a name change. It is the same company.


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You need to be very careful about who you claim against and make sure it is the right entity. You can't just claim against the Director/CEO as he wasn't liable.

 

You could end up with costs against you for an invalid claim, even if it is in the small claims track.

 

If you have issued against a trading name then the case could well be struck out and is likely to be unenforceable.

 

People really should do their homework before embarking on legal claims. And renegadeimp should know better!

 

I disagree with this. There is sufficient evidence of wrongdoing - to pierce the corporate veil.

 

People should think about issuing a claim against Yemonia, the trading name and against the directors personally.

 

However the only address for the directors seems to be outside the jurisdiction.

 

However I expect that a court would be quite happy to consider that the papers are well served against the directors at their registered address.


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I disagree with this. There is sufficient evidence of wrongdoing - to pierce the corporate veil.

 

People should think about issuing a claim against Yemonia, the trading name and against the directors personally.

 

However the only address for the directors seems to be outside the jurisdiction.

 

However I expect that a court would be quite happy to consider that the papers are well served against the directors at their registered address.

 

As it is the same company number (name change only) I agree with that point and the addition of the company name can often be done by way of an N244 application to the issuing court. It may be prudent to include the company number in brackets - Yemonia Ltd (Co. No 123456) t/a cash4phones.

 

However there is no right to add the Directors name personally. The company is 'Limited Liability' for hat very reason. Issuing against the Directors too is an abuse of process. You could never enforce against them.

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Could not the enforcement measure to call the director to court to explain his financial circumstances be used in some way ?. I went down this route with my landlord so as to cause him max embrassment but in the end he paid up before.

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Technically yes, but you do not need to name the Director on the claim to do this.

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In fact I am probably using the wrong term - piercing the corporate veil - but anyway, I would name the director personally on the claim as a second defendant.

 

It is up to him if he wants to defend. If he does, then he can come to court - which will beinteresting. If he doesn't then you can start to stack up judgments against him as well - because so far, he is squeaky clean


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Bankfodder, I trust you will then help the Director when they complain on here that an Enforcement Officer is pursuing them personally?

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If the directors want to break cover then I am sure that we can arrange a welcome for them.


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The same thing thing has happened to me sent my HTC one x off in early November it passed all of its tests and I was told I would be paid within 5 days 3 weeks later it was still saying payment pending now I find that the company has changed it's name and can't be reached. I've found out the company directors name and I use that term loosely I prefer [edited]****** and if you Google it it not only comes up with his [edited] face on facebook but it also facts about his business dealings so here it is Nearchos chacholiades you are an [edited] happy hunting folks hope it helps !

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Hi henrycat.

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