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    • File converted to PDF. Don't use .odt/.docx files here as they contain all your personal info in the file details. You can save as .PDF directly using word etc or upload the file to the links found in our guide. It's a shame you didn't come here in the first instance as we could have helped with the N244 application. No matter though. I agree with jk that you didn't follow the court orders and hence the strike out was inevitable. Essentially what they wanted you to do was draft your defence to prove you had a compelling argument to try and defend the claim, instead you wrote why you ignored the claimform. Don't worry though, everyone makes mistakes when going through legal proceedings, especially if it's the first time or if something else in life is going on. I don't think you'll be able to apply for another N244 to set-aside the judgement but others may be able to comment further on this. You received the Statutory Demand by email on 5th January, did you submit form IAA within 18 days?
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I won't go into detail and I won't enter into any further correpondence but, because of the reception I got for suggestions of sound advice and places where more specialist support could be found - and the debacle in that particular thread that has been unfolding since - I no longer wish to be associated in any way with CAG forums.

 

I dare say the quality of support is, in general, excellent but I have had enough of the hostility here for my positive contribution on the subject I hold close.

 

Interestingly, I now note there have been historically other people here, in a similar situation while pursuing a similar topic, who have been subject to the same treatment and have felt the need to react similarly, all of which which only serves to highlight the questions I have over the reliability and impartiality of advice given on this site.

 

I have requested my membership be deleted on two occasions via the "contact us" facility in my profile but have not even had an acknowledgement, hence the ironic and unfortunate need to make this request, to an organisation championing a Consumer Rights, publically via their own consumer rights forum.

 

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Strange, you have been a member for 4 years yet now you are upset.Don't get me wrong, me and cag have had our spats but I see nothing that suggests rudeness . I would just go quietly away . How can we know who you are anyway?

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We dont delete membership...you can either log in or not its your choice...but in all of your 7 posts in 4 years redirecting another poster to other sites...this we will not tolerate and therefore it was necessary to impose the moderation.

 

When a poster who has only ever made 7 posts in 4 years and the majority of them all to one thread...starts advising the poster to go elsewhere..it is only right that we impose moderation and protect our subscriber.Of course the subscriber is free to view as as many forums as they wish to seek sound advice...but that must be of his own choice...not being forced to.

 

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