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I am now in possession of documentary evidence which appears to reveal a web of deceit, including - fraudulent concealment and false accounting......should be an Interesting conference tomorrow.

 

PW

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An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last. <br />

Winston Churchill

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good luck paul i now have my router account number....and all these years since 1993 i never new Nat West were involved in ROUTER ACCOUNTS initial debt was 10,300 dread to think what it is now good thing is they are asking my ltd company for it ,,even though they know that the company went to the wall,with their help of course .....as per my posting bank send company skeleton ?

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

 

 

 

 

Advice & opinions given by patrickq1 are personal, are not endorsed by Consumer Action Group or Bank Action Group, and are offered informally, without prejudice & without liability. Your decisions and actions are your own, and should you be in any doubt, you are advised to seek the opinion of a qualified professional

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Todays meeting couldn't have gone any better - matters are to proceed.:):)

 

 

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An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last. <br />

Winston Churchill

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ime glad for you Paul well done...the following link is part of my ROUTER ACCOUNT only just found out yesterday Paul all this time since 1993

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well done - look forward to more news.:D

Please note I am not an expert - I am not offering opinions or legal help - Please use all the information provided on the site in FAQ- step by step instructions and library- thanks Jansus:)

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offer from A&L 24/8/07 - after case stayed

 

"What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well." - Antione de Saint Exupery

 

 

PROUD TO BE AN ORANGE

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go for it paul you deserve all you are asking for ,especially TRANSPARENCY this is a favourite word of MR BROWNSTUFF who it seems has in fact closed all avenues to BANKING TRANSPARENCY because it is sensitive information....no doubt this will come up the sensitivity question and they may have a hidden waiver with regards to producing anymore documents ,not even the goverment finance committee could get answers concerning another institution NORTHERN ROCK ...but i remain hopeful

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i think TRANSPARENCY MEANS TO LIE LIE AND LIE AGAIN

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go for it paul you deserve all you are asking for ,especially TRANSPARENCY this is a favourite word of MR BROWNSTUFF who it seems has in fact closed all avenues to BANKING TRANSPARENCY because it is sensitive information....no doubt this will come up the sensitivity question and they may have a hidden waiver with regards to producing anymore documents ,not even the goverment finance committee could get answers concerning another institution NORTHERN ROCK ...but i remain hopeful

patrickq1

i think TRANSPARENCY MEANS TO LIE LIE AND LIE AGAIN

 

 

HI Patrick and everyone,

 

Everyone should do as the MP's are doing ...rely on and invoke the Bill of Rights Act 1689. Recognised and deemed a constitutional law that can never be repealed

The M.Ps are relying on one other section We can rely on this one

 

"NO man shall be penalised nor any of his goods or chattells confiscated without judgement by his peers" .......which in fact and truth means a trial by judge and a jury.

 

 

 

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i may have to use that act paul...i have been waiting for the day since 1993 ..last contact i had was this along with a termination notice

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oops Sparkie lol did nt notice it was you that posted hehe ...

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I promise not to hijack this thread again

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Paul just to wish you good luck with RBS.

I expect you have already seen this- and most of the interest charged on your Router account will probably have been effected before 2008.

But every little helps.

http://www.oft.gov.uk/shared_oft/business_leaflets/consumer_credit/oft1002.pdf

7 NOTICES OF POST-JUDGMENT INTEREST

7.1 From 1 October 2008, creditors will be required by section 130A of the

1974 Act59 to notify the debtor if they intend to charge post-judgment

interest under a regulated agreement in connection with a sum that is

required to be paid under a court judgment. The creditor will not be

entitled to charge interest on the judgment sum until the first required

notice has been served.

7.2 Further notices must be given at intervals of not more than six months

for such time as the creditor wishes to charge post-judgment interest.

7.3 The notice may be incorporated in any other statement or notice under

the 1974 Act. The provisions do not apply in respect of post-judgment

interest which is required to be paid by virtue of a court order.

7.4 The 2007 Regulations set out the information and forms of wording to

be included in notices of post-judgment interest.60

7.5 The first required notice must include a prescribed statement indicating

the creditor's intention to charge post-judgment interest, and the

procedures involved. This must indicate the rate of interest payable, and

the date from which it will be payable, and that further notices will be

given at least every six months for so long as the creditor intends to

charge post-judgment interest.61

7.6 In addition, the notice must indicate the amount on which post-judgment

interest will be charged. It must also include prescribed statements

highlighting the debtor's right to apply to the court to vary the terms of

the instalment order or to reduce the amount of interest payable, and

that the debtor can obtain advice and information about dealing with the

59 As inserted by section 17 of the 2006 Act

60 Regulations 34-35 and Schedule 5 as amended

61 Schedule 5 Part 3

 

debt from a number of organisations (with contact details taken from the

OFT default information sheet).62

7.7 Subsequent notices must also indicate the total amount of postjudgment

interest charged since the date of the last notice, the dates on

which interest was charged, and the rate of interest (and whether this

was variable).63

62 Schedule 5 Part 1 as amended

63 Schedule

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well sparkie after lookf i i fink i will join u in twilight zone hehe

so the above means since i aint had a single statement from NW their is no charges for interest lol

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Top executives at Bear Stearns, Washington Mutual,Royal Bank of Scotland and Northern Rock were adept at rattling off impressive figures on healthy debt ratios in the run-up to financial collapse.

 

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This is NOT and I repeat NOT a political statement.

 

Gordon Brown has a PhD in History.

Alistair Darling is a Lawyer

George Osbourne has a Degree in Modern History.

 

None of these people have any knowledge of Banking or Economics whatsover. No wonder the city runs rings around them. The only one who has any actual experience of finance is Vince Cable, and he's got about as much chance of being the next Chancellor as I have.

(Perhaps he's over qualified).

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