Possible Change in the Law

August 26th, 2018

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-45302629

could help our cause ...

Please suggest to your M.P. (and other relevant individuals and organisations) that a clause to prevent a newly set up company from receiving funds from a second company that is run by the same directors should be repayable towards the assets of the first company if the original company is liquidated within say 6 months of such a money transfer.

Technically such a money transfer is illegal anyway, and is actually FRAUD, BUT proving FRAUD is a major obstacle when it comes to getting redress and/or justice and a refund! Making it a specific offence could help!

We will take legal advice for the appropriate wording:

Draft One

“Where the directors and/or controlling minds of an existing company form one or more other companies with the same or broadly similar aims; and transfer funds from the first company prior to its liquidation; and that liquidation occurs within 6 months of the transfer; the second companies remain liable for the debts of the first for a period of 5 years.

• Friday, 10 August 2018

August 10th, 2018

08:55:25 GMT+1


As a self published author, Initially I conducted an online search for book printers.

• Hardback Printers

seemed like the best deal. I ordered 100 books from the company and dealt with a guy who called himself Ted.

I did receive the proof copy which was excellent and sent the agreed price. I won't go into detail here, but he has been constantly asking for more money for this and that.

By then I had found out that the phone number on his website was listed as scam.

I have contacted my bank and fraud alert police. I have kept all the emails. Now he says they will pulp my books unless I send them more money. I will help in any way I can.

This message was sent via the messaging system on Neill John Campaign.

• Action Fraud

July 22nd, 2018

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/play/b0460zmj


1pressed with Action Fraud as I have found it to be a data collecting site for administration and intelligence use.

In the above link the head of Action Fraud was interviewed, and unless I am misinterpreting him there could be a way of getting ourselves noticed!

Action Fraud is set up to use algorithms, but any one fraud of over £100,000 is listed automatically and individually and key words thus become active. I am aware of 3 printers based abroad who are down by over 100,000 euros each and have emailed them to get them to list their grievances. When one of these printers does so the company directors will become key words and smaller frauds will be linked to these key words (i.e. their names) automatically, and it should not take too long for the authorities to realize the scale of problems left behind by these individuals.

If you can spare the time please list your complaint , and remember to name the individual directors and whichever of the companies/change of name of company you were dealing.

If the interview was truthful then the system might eventually get behind us ...