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Felicitas Solutions & Gladstone’s Correspondence

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Andy Wood

Andy is a practical, creative tax adviser who assists a variety of clients in achieving their personal and commercial objectives in the most tax efficient manner.

WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING ON ANY NEW CLIENTS IN RELATION TO THIS MATTER

 

Felicitas Solutions and Gladstone’s correspondence

 

Background

 

Last month we sent a number of letters disputing a debt that was being asserted by Gladstone’s Solicitors on behalf of an Isle of Man entity called Felicitas Solutions.

Over the weekend, we are aware that scheme users have received further letters from Gladstone’s Solicitors and Felicitas Solutions.

This correspondence purportedly includes a link to ‘evidence’ supporting their claim.

We do not believe that this letter is compliant with the relevant protocol in the Civil Procedure Rules.

If you want us to send a letter on your behalf then there are two routes:

 

  • We already hold an authority to deal on your behalf; or
  • You previously sent our letter on a DIY basis

 

There is no need to click the link to evidence described above if you are uncomfortable doing so (and bearing in mind the providence of these claims this is understandable).

 

We already hold an authority to deal on your behalf

 

  1. If we already have an authority to liaise with Gladstone’s on your behalf then we can send this follow up;
  2. In addition, we would also like you to sign a letter of authority so we can deal with the prior trustees(ie those who assigned the debt to Felicitas)

 

You previously sent our letter on a DIY basis

 

  1. We will need to obtain a letter of authority to liaise with Gladstone’s so we can send this response on your behalf – for tactical reasons and administrative reasons, we do not want to post the content of these letters;
  2. In addition, we would also like you to sign a letter of authority so we can deal with the prior trustees(ie those who assigned the debt to Felicitas)

 

Please note we are no longer offering this under our pro-bono scheme.

 

If you have any queries please use our email address enquiries@etctax.co.uk. Particularly under the current working environment, do not call the office.

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