Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Re: Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Postby huntingross » Sat Mar 06, 2010 2:55 pm

This is taking a step back to regularise my early process and then carry it forward to Lien.

The DCA were and are an utter waste of time.

Northridge Finance Ltd
32 Central Avenue
Bangor
County Down
BT20 3AS

Royal Mail Tracking : DV xxxx GB
Your Ref :
Date : 8th March 2010





NOTICE OF DISHONOUR and OPPORTUNITY TO CURE.

NOTICE TO AGENT IS NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL AND NOTICE TO PRINCIPAL IS NOTICE TO AGENT
Time sensitive document, estoppels conditions will apply upon default.

HP Agreement - xxxxxx


Despite offering you numerous opportunities to remedy your companies fraudulent behaviour and your continued dishonour of the following letters and Notices :

1. Letter. Dated 02/06/09
2. Letter. Dated 05/06/09
3. Affidavit of Truth. Dated 18/06/09
4. Notice of Fault and Opportunity to Cure. Dated 18/06/09
5. Notice of Default and Opportunity to Cure. Dated 29/06/09
6. Certificate of Dishonour and Statutory Demand. Tracking BRxxxxGB Delivered 11/08/09
7. Notice of Claim of Copyright Infringement. Dated 28/08/09

I hereby serve you with Notice of Dishonour and Opportunity to Cure.

The account is :

1. The principal amount £14,660.00 by 06/07/09
2. Compensatory damages THREE TIMES (3X) the principal amount £43,980.00 by 27/07/09
3. Copyright Trademark Infringement £3,000,000.00 by 18/09/09
4. Copyright Trademark Infringement penalty charge £9,000,000.00 overdue

TOTAL DUE £12,058,640.00


Accordingly you have TEN (10) days from receipt of this Notice to settle the account by delivering a cheque for the TOTAL DUE £12,058,640.00 (Twelve Million Fifty Eight Thousand Six Hundred and Forty Great British Pounds Sterling) to the above mailing location.

Any further costs incurred in the recovery of this debt are chargeable.

Replies should be in writing only, strictly per the address at the head of this Notice. No infringements will be tolerated. User Agreement and Copyright Notice apply.


Without malice, mischief, ill will, vexation or frivolity, in sincerity and honour,


Autograph: Mark: Jennings™ of © MARK JENNINGS.


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Re: Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Postby kenlionheart » Thu Mar 18, 2010 12:17 am

Hi HG!

You charged them:

1 - Principle amount
2 - Compensatory charges of 3 times the principle amount
3 - Punitive charges of 50 times the compensatory amount

May I kindly request that you explain how you can charge no. 2 and 3?

I mean, where does it say you can charge 3 times amount for compensation, and 50 times for punitive damages?

I've got a similar case at the moment with my council - who committed fraud in their contract. I want to be sure of what I can charge them - and be able to back it up in court.

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Re: Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Postby huntingross » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:13 pm

Hi ken

I was over zealous in charging 50x damages....and jumped the gun.....hence winding it back to regularise it.

With regard to the 3x claim, it is in their old acts (repealed) it's in the(ir) bible....even though I'm not a great follower of it.

Search 3x claims and it will come up

viewtopic.php?f=69&t=3274&p=30956&hilit=+three+times#p30669

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Re: Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Postby kenlionheart » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:37 pm

Thanks HG!

I found this on "Punitive Damages" (called "Exemplary Damages in UK):

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punitive_damages

In England and Wales, exemplary damages are limited to the circumstances set out by Lord Patrick Devlin in the leading case of Rookes v. Barnard.[5] They are:

1. Oppressive, arbitrary or unconstitutional actions by the servants of government.
2. Where the defendant's conduct was 'calculated' to make a profit for himself.
3. Where a statute expressly authorises the same.


So I guess if your case falls into one of the above, you can ask for 4x the "companesation" value.

But it's seems very difficult to get.
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Re: Consumer Credit Act - Threshold of Success

Postby nameless » Sun May 09, 2010 6:47 pm

Are there any updates for this thread?
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