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    Quote Originally Posted by Wazza1882 View Post
    For the record, I will NEVER:

    1. Be a contractor again
    2. Not read every single word of what I am signing up to before I sign up for it
    and
    3. Go with an idea that seems too good to be true.

    Lesson learned. I just want the anxiety, the stress, the panic, the stinging eyes, the pain in the shoulders and chests, the fuzzy heads, the lack of focus and the tiredness to stop.
    100% with you on this.

    Unless you are in a really specialist area or consultant level contracting isn't anywhere near as lucrative as it used to be. Twenty years ago the rates were far higher. I work in IT infrastructure and when I was on short term contract in 2016 the rate was half what I was paid in late 90s. Now I'm permanent I have holiday and sick pay, a great pension scheme and I now get paid 50% more than when I was a contractor.

    I got hassled to death off HMRC for tax of less than £200 !

    Never again. No good even reading small print. The government, HMRC can seemingly bend the rules, change laws as much as they need to extort money out of people. I don't give two hoots if any of those snakes are reading this. I'm out of contracting and will never return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironwoman31 View Post
    I have just joined now. I have been reading these posts as I have just received the letter now. We are in complete shock, and unable to understand from where this has just cropped up!
    Matt Wills After reading all the posts, want to understand if Freeths Mayfair office -- any particular lawyer who I could contact? I'm happy to join forces and fight this as there's no way in hell that I'm willing to pay this . Firstly this is not even a loan its our own income which I am settling with HMRC and paying the taxes for the disguised remuneration.
    Please advise if any particular lawyer could be approached for this matter?

    Thanks,


    Hi everyone,

    Apologies if I've arrived late to this party but its becuase the postman delayed delivering my own letter until yesterday. Its been utter panic here with a demand for £35,897.

    Could anyone kindly assist with how to join up with this litigation team to fight this please.

    I am so nervous I can't type properly.

    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by dammit chloe View Post
    This might be useful.

    ETC Tax have drafted a pro bono response to the "extortionists", which you can request by emailing enquiries AT etctax.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by dammit chloe View Post

    I contacted them today on twitter and i'm in a much better place for it!!!! thanks for sharing.

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    Hi all me too I have received a letter from Felicitas.

    Devious people. This was my money in the first place. We need to get stick togather on this. If anyone comes with answers as how to move forward please share. Has anyone contacted Big Data WTT

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    Quote Originally Posted by piebaps View Post
    Paul, Felicitas doesn't operate from 2A Lord Street. A quick google search will tell you that. opencorporatesdotcom/companies/im/131081C

    At some stage in your past, you and everyone else, will have signed a loan agreement. You'll need to get your copy out and check its terms etc to properly form an opinion.

    Then you'll need to check and see the underlying legal arrangements by which your loan was transferred from the original "lender" to the people now claiming repayment. If this all checks out, then you're not dealing with scammers (at least in the usual sense). Just because HMRC are treating the payments as income, doesn't automatically mean that the loan agreement is invalid. There's loads of threads on this in this part of the forum and what your experiencing isn't new. Pull up a chair and use the forum search facility to read about the others.

    Hi all me too I have received a letter from Felicitas.

    Devious people. This was my money in the first place. We need to get stick togather on this. If anyone comes with answers as how to move forward please share. Has anyone contacted Big Data WTT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babafissi View Post
    I received latter from Infinity Solutions Limited referring Felicitas Solutions as The Assignee of the load with a copy of letter from them demanding the full amount, and treathning with Debt collectors, what is going on can anyone please help with asking for 33K after settling HMRC for almost 25K

    Really need help here please
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    Quote Originally Posted by rado View Post
    Please let me know if you plan to form a group so that they can represent all of us who got the letter from these scamsters....
    Thanks
    WTT already has a group running

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzy123 View Post
    Hi all me too I have received a letter from Felicitas.

    Devious people. This was my money in the first place. We need to get stick togather on this. If anyone comes with answers as how to move forward please share. Has anyone contacted Big Data WTT
    Have just joined WTT, slick , easy, professional...
    Advise to do same..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socialsarah73 View Post
    Thanks Webberg agree HMRC are unlikely to agree and I have settled with them.

    however, If iQ said it was discharged on my PD11 then could this be an argument and evidence in respect of not believing I owe anything as my deed of settlement is between me and iQ director. It would certainly be helpful if the loan is advised to you as discharged. A P11D is just a document required to be submitted by an employer, not a lender. However is employer and lender are the same, then yes it could be useful.

    I also got my letter today and this states original lender as iq and infinity but wasn’t advised it then changed unlike now. You had no entitlement to be so advised and the lender had no obligation to tell you. This happens all the time. If you don't pay your credit card the debt will eventually be sold to a third party because the bank issuer does not want the bad publicity of dragging its customers through the courts.
    I have also scrutinise subject access information received and although “loans” were made the “master loan agreement” (infinity) was signed weeks after. How do I contact WTT?
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