Delays hurt

  • Tomigaya
  • 10/10/08 31/05/09
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Posted: Sat, 25/10/2008 - 23:25

While I fully understand the need to ensure that opportunities are not lost in the rush, I need to point out that for many people further delay of liquidation will be bad news.

For me, 50,000 pounds is a great deal of money. As attorney for a sick parent in the UK, I need it to finance important expenses. I have managed to get a loan for the time being, but this is contingent on a firm promise of compensation. If the compensation process is not begun soon, the loan will lapse.

Like many others, I live abroad but am not rich. I am only dealing offshore because onshore companies refused to deal with me because I did not have a UK postal code. I sympathise with those who have lost more than that for which they will be compensated, but I feel that I have no choice but to write to the provisional liquidator urging him not to delay any more than is absolutely necessary.

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  • Relentless Posse
  • 14/10/08 31/05/09
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  • Sun, 26/10/2008 - 01:43

Sorry to hear about your situation.
Remember that you are suffering from criminal action - never forget that and pursue these criminals when you have head above water again