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    • We have finally managed to obtain the transcript of this case.

      The judge's reasoning is very useful and will certainly be helpful in any other cases relating to third-party rights where the customer has contracted with the courier company by using a broker.
      This is generally speaking the problem with using PackLink who are domiciled in Spain and very conveniently out of reach of the British justice system.

      Frankly I don't think that is any accident.

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      It would be very nice if the parcel delivery companies – including EVRi – practised this kind of thing as well.

       

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Hi,

 

I was Director of a LTD company that unfortunatley had to cease trading in May of last year. I was not in a financial position to place the company into insolvency, and decided to wait to see if either HSBC or the Inland Revenue (my main creditors) would start winding up proceedures. I wrote to both these entitites explaining this and recieved no response. To this day the company is effetivly still trading according to companies house.

 

I have now recieved, today, a letter from Metropolitan Collection Services Ltd (any info on these guys would be appreciated) stating that i am liable for £10,000 regardig the HSBC debt for which they say i signed a Personal Guaranatee. I did take out a 10,000 loan through HSBC for the company but can honestly not say wether i had PG's this. times were frantic. Could they be trying it on? What options do i have? The letter states I need to contact them yesterday, having only recieved today, the letter was sent on the 3rd Jan 07. they also say the debt has been registered with CRA's until settled. i have checked my experian credit and there is no mention of this debt or the company chasing. even if this was PG'd, can they assign the debt to me personally? in addition, the letter was addressed using my middle name as my surname, would this have any impact?

 

In addition, whilst checking My CR, i see that CL finance have me down as defaulted on something for £470 back in 2002. i do not know what this is and have recieved no correspondance, all thouigh I had moved. I dont really want to call these people and re-ignite something I may have forgotten about, but I dont want it on my cerdit report either.

 

Any help on these matters would be great! Thanx in advacne.

S

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metropolitan are HSBC's in-house collection agency.

 

ask them to prove to you that they have a signed copy of any PG.

 

call business debtline on 0800 197 6026, it's free and they are very clued up when it comes to this kind of thing!

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They may well have a PG as it is standard proceedure to make the directors accountable should the company fail. As for the company still trading, this may mean you are already in breach of preparing and submitting company accounts, so it might be worthwhile to have the company marked as non-trading to save on this liability.

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