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Has anyone in contact with or able to contact any of the victims thought of advising them to go to the Police?

 

These companies/individuals are taking payments to provide services they know are unlawful/do not work, so, surely that is Fraud? They are gaining a financial advantage through deception.

 

Yes I wondered about this, you would think that the template letters provided at £15 a go for instance would fall foul of the sale of goods act, as they are riddled with inaccuracies and must be classed as not fit for purpose.


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Unfortunately people can and do look for advice. Whether it is right or wrong the seeker has that right to make their own choice. If the seeker is given certain advice and turns out to be wrong or incorrect they then have the option to take the supplier to task.

 

 

I cannot wait to see what the relevant departments' will do when they seek to review many of these types of person/s.... Time will tell because there are going to be significant reviews on the subject by those bodies this year....


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No I will have a look now, I suppose you are right , a case of"buyer beware"


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Frankly I wouldn't name them here and signpost where to find them. Let them hang themselves and disappear into oblivion without giving the attention they crave.

 

As they say, any publicity is good publicity.

 

The big advantage that cag has is that advice and support is free. I'd far rather we let the successes here speak for themselves rather than focus on the failures of others, and maintain our integrity.

 

Let's not forget too that every mention of them brings their names up the SEO ratings.


 

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Yes of course you are right Caro, although i am sure you appreciate it is difficult not to respond to this kind of moronic remark from Pote snitkin.;

 

"Oh dear - perhaps a brain transplant is needed next time. "...


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Yes of course you are right Caro, although i am sure you appreciate it is difficult not to respond to this kind of moronic remark from Pote snitkin.;

 

"Oh dear - perhaps a brain transplant is needed next time. "...

 

I can certainly see that. I will send you a private response as I won't give him the satisfaction of knowing my thoughts.


 

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Now he seems to think he has " hurt my feelings" he hasn't, he has just shown himel up to be the kind of person we always expected he is.

If you have any issue with the point I have raised please feel free, to respond, to them if you can, leave the personal attacks in the playground, its all I'm sayin.

 

Unfortunately he has an issue with me as i have rather unkindly rubbed his nose in his many mistaken theories on many forums over the years, he thinks by hiding his identity and embarrassment even from his comrades he can abuse with anonymity he cant we all know who he is.


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TBH personal attacks in any form is wrong and should not be acceptable by and means of the imagination. It is called bullying and is wrong... Why not stand tall and brush it aside that way you will always be in control. Words are harmless unless you allow them to influence you.

 

 

Have a watch here and see what I mean its fun and catchy, this post is to make fun of the word crimes enjoy

 

 


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TBH personal attacks in any form is wrong and should not be acceptable by and means of the imagination. It is called bullying and is wrong... Why not stand tall and brush it aside that way you will always be in control. Words are harmless unless you allow them to influence you.

 

 

Have a watch here and see what I mean its fun and catchy, this post is to make fun of the word crimes enjoy

 

 

 

 

Love it MM! :lol:


 

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Thanks caro... It was meant to take away the nasty edge and taste that is currently annoying me.....


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LOL

 

Love it.


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Having read many of his posts here in the past and on his various websites and forums it is clear that this person has little to no understanding of this area of law and is no doubt costing genuine judgment debtors looking for help.

 

In the past we have had sight of his assistance and whilst on the most part it is just worthless nonsense on several occasions it has actually cost the debtor considerable sums that would not have been payable without Jason's involvement.

 

It will be interesting to see what the SRA make of this.

 

 

The SRA may wish to consider the following:

 

 

Only yesterday the Guru confirmed that he had charged a debtor £1,150 as a consultancy fee to tackle storage charges that had in fact risen significantly because he had wrongly advised the debtor that he could appeal the parking AFTER a warrant had been issued and his vehicle had been taken.

 

It would seem that the debtor had received and ignored all the statutory notices from the council and the Notice of Enforcement from the bailiff company. This failure by him led to his vehicle being taken into control by the enforcement company and removed for sale.

 

It would seem that after the removal the debtor hit on the idea that the PCN may be invalid because the signage was possibly incorrect. The Guru advised the client to appeal the PCN. This was a serious mistake by this unqualified individual.

 

Anyone with any experience of bailiff enforcement will know very well that once a warrant has been issued there are only two legal ways in which such a late ‘appeal’ can be considered and both involve the submission of an Out of Time witness statement and the acceptance of the application. This procedure in itself can take at least 8 weeks !!!

 

If the debtor had not received the Notice to Owner and all other notices (this is usually the case if the debtor moves address) then if his witness statement is accepted, a new Notice to Owner would be issued giving him the opportunity to ‘appeal’ the ticket (wrong signage etc).

 

The second method to 'appeal' is in cases where the debtor had appealed the PCN within the strict time limits and had not received a Notice of Rejection. In such cases, they will have to tick box 2 on the Out of Time witness statement. If the witness statement is accepted, the court will refer the case to either PATAS or TPT (the parking adjudicators).

 

Given that the debtor had confirmed that he had received (and ignored) all statutory notices, he would not be permitted to file an Out of Time witness statement. Accordingly both routes to 'appeal' would not be available to him.

 

Naturally the ‘appeal’ failed and during which time, the poor debtors car was legally incurring storage fees. The only way of recovering the car was for the debtor to pay the debt and storage fees. After making payment he was advised by this Guru to file a claim form against the local authority. He charged the debtor £1,150 for this service.

 

It is being claimed by the Guru that the claim was a success. However, as with all such cases, no evidence is ever provided and this ‘success’ like all others is generally considered to be a “Fairy Story’ (in keeping with the theme of the ‘Clamp Fairy’.

 

PS: He has confirmed that the local authority have challenged his fees of £1,150 stating that they are excessive and that he is unqualified to provide members of the public the means of bringing such action in the courts. They are absolutely correct.

 

What the council should be saying is that his poor advice to attempt to ‘appeal’ a ticket after a warrant had been issued was the reason why the vehicle was incurring unecessary storage fees. A qualified person would have advised this debtor that as they had ignored all notices from the local authority that they had lost their right to appeal and that in order to keep their costs to a mimimim that they should pay the bailiff in order to secure the early release of his car.

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I am wandering why people are thinking that SRA will be able to take a complaint regarding the named person? He is neither a Solicitor nor a trainee from what has been said.. He openly admitted he is not...

Is he qualified who knows for sure?

 

Sorry if this post offends anyone but hey ho this is what happens with unregulated areas of advice.....

 

He may simply be a paid for McKenzie friend... http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/support-services/helplines/practice-advice-service/faqs/litigants-in-person-mckenzie-friends/ If the latter then different rules apply do they not?

 

For some clarity read from >> link Although some may/not agree with the way a debtor/defendant seeks advice then it is ultimately their choice to take what is offered.. If the person looking for help finds the paid for services are not up to the standard of the Court/appeal body and the paid for the service via a credit card/PayPal then they can do a chargeback can they not?

 

Without knowing what type of contract is entered into for each of his clients then assuming what is offered is of use what can anyone actually do? Looks like the only options open are a chargeback or taking a chance in the County Court.....

 

 

If you want free advice the CAB will do what they can or refer you to a paid for service in a specialist field....


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I am wandering why people are thinking that SRA will be able to take a complaint regarding the named person? He is neither a Solicitor nor a trainee from what has been said.. He openly admitted he is not...

Is he qualified who knows for sure? ....

 

I cannot provide too many details but the SRA is not the only body that complaints can be directed to.

 

For the avoidance of doubt (and I have documentary evidence in support) the individual refers to himself as a lawyer and states that his business is a 'Law Firm'.

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Since an ongoing complaint seems to be in the pipeline then perhaps refraining from discussing this thread further would be appropriate? I know it will be pointless asking for info so I wont be but seeing there is doubt to the qualifications then maybe best leave it to the pro's, (who's that then?)


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It appears He is also in cahoots with a well known freeman called jay bradley (formerly of beat the bailiffs) who has recently set up a ltd company called mary the clamp fairy ltd and is offering his services through a facebook page called the bailiff bible which has the dealing with bailiffs logo on it...

 

The connection between the two is very clear indeed and it is understood that Greater Manchester Police are apparently aware of the 'Clamp Fairy' business.

 

Many people have expressed surprise that Jay Bradley would openly flaunt his involvement in such a criminal business given that in 2013 he was committed to prison for four months for driving whilst disqualified.

 

http://whoisincourt.co.uk/greater-manchester/wigan-and-leigh/james-bradley-committed-to-prison-for-driving-whilst-disqualified-2922/

 

 

PS:

In relation to his term of imprisonment, he was further disqualified from holding or obtaining a driving licence for 18 months. Apparently he is not yet able to obtain a driving licence and instead somebody else drives him to and from debtors premises.

 

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Naming and shaming someone that cannot defend themselves on the forum is not tennis is it? Whether or not this is fact why do you feel the need to make others aware of a criminal past? if this is permitted to remain on this thread will then allow other posters to do the same for any other reason.... This could and will embarrass many people that do not want their past discussed in a forum....


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for the time being since no criminal proceedings are taking place you should add the word "alleged" after the word such .... would openly flaunt his involvement in such an alleged criminal business


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I think this has run its course/ It was Ok to bring to everyones attention but think it is now time to close it.


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