anyone dealt with LRC ltd?

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#1 anyone dealt with LRC ltd?

Post by leebob1974 » 07 Jun 2017 19:23

Hi guys, back again. My Mrs had a letter from LRC ltd for an outstanding e on bill that's bout 5yr old. Somehow its turned into £1100! They are claiming a judgement was made against her a couple of weeks ago. Again we have no correspondence with them, no court letter... Nothing. My question is are these monkeys just chancing their arm? Also how can I check the claim form number? Any advice appreciated.
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#2 Re: anyone dealt with LRC ltd?

Post by Schedule 12 » 07 Jun 2017 19:40

Check Trust Registry Online and see if there are any judgments.

If there is one, then apply to set it aside.
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Post by leebob1974 » 08 Jun 2017 11:11

Yup, judgement exists. One final question which I couldn't find the answer for on here. As my girlfriend is ZERO income at the moment, do I send the ex160a first, or together with the n244? I'm confident I can see it through from there.

Thanks once again for your time Jason, if you are ever in Herefordshire, there is a massive steak meal waiting for you!

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Post by Pote Snitkin » 08 Jun 2017 11:34

You send them together and the N244 will be accepted at that stage. They'll eventually do their checks and if they discover you've made a false EX160 claim they will charge you the fee, no matter what stage the claim is at.

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Post by leebob1974 » 08 Jun 2017 12:17

Plenty of swans here 20m away on the river lugg!
Anyhow, you guys are great on here and pouring through your forums has given me a huge insight into legal proceedings and the confidence to tackle these issues.
So once again a big thanks for your sound advice, and the steak dinner offer still stands.

Warmest regards,
Leebob

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Post by leebob1974 » 08 Jun 2017 12:20

Ps swan tastes like chicken apparently.

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Post by Pote Snitkin » 08 Jun 2017 12:59

leebob1974 wrote:
08 Jun 2017 12:20
Ps swan tastes like chicken apparently.
For me it tastes more like panda.

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Post by Schedule 12 » 08 Jun 2017 13:57

Steak will do me. I don't mind whether its Beefeater or Marco Pierre.
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Post by leebob1974 » 14 Jun 2017 08:14

Totally off topic, but a farmer friend of mine has had a jcb stolen, police won't touch it even though they know where it is! Is it of any interest to you Jason? You sound like you could sort this out for him. He's a bloody nice fella, feel bad for him. I'm just afraid the bunch of clowns that pass for solicitors here would stitch him up. Cheers
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#10 Re: anyone dealt with LRC ltd?

Post by Schedule 12 » 14 Jun 2017 21:27

Crime is a civil matter.


I think you have contacted me for a consultation. I'll speak with you in the morning. Please do not post up any legal proceedings in the public areas of the forum. We have a members area where you can discuss the progress of a case privately.
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#11 Re: anyone dealt with LRC ltd?

Post by leebob1974 » 15 Jun 2017 05:37

Oakey doke. If you would like to give me a call back at some point at your convenience, I'm not working this week so anytime.

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Leebob

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