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Felicitas Solutions / Gladstone’s / FS Capital – help us to help you

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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 ANY NEW CLIENTS ON IN RELATION TO THESE MATTERS

 

Felicitas Solutions / Gladstone’s / FS Capital – help us to help you

 

We have had a significant response in relation to the latest wave of letters issued by the the above. Our update on this last week refers.

If you could prepare, sign and send us your letters of authority then that would be very helpful.

 

Letter of authorities will be needed as follows:

 

  • To deal with Gladstone’s / Felicitas’ / FS Capital’s letter to you – if you used our service earlier in the year then this will not be necessary:

 

  • We will need a letter of authority to speak to each of your prior lenders – note we would like existing clients to also sign this / these authorities.

 

Part one – The purported new debt-holder Letter of Authority

 

Either Gladstone, Felicitas or FS Capital will have written to you stating they now hold the debt that was purportedly assigned to them by the prior lender.

We will need this form to be signed by you in order for us to correspond with them.

 

Gladstone’s

Most clients have received a letter from Gladstones, who are acting on behalf of Felicitas.

Gladstones LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Felicitas

Some clients have received letters from Felicitas directly.

Felicitas LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

FS Capital

A smaller number of clients have received letters from FS Capital.

FS Capital LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Part two – Prior lenders

 

We would also like to open a second ‘front’ on the claim with the prior lenders. In other words, those who purportedly transferred the debt to Felicitas or FS Capital.

You might have multiple prior lenders. If so, we will need you to complete a letter of authority for each.

 

Professional Independent Trustees

Professional Independent Trustees LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

ECS International Trustees

ECS Trustees LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Darwin Resolutions

Darwin LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Garraway Resolutions

Garraway LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Long Acre Resolutions

Long Acre LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Pinotage 

Pinotage LOA

Please add your name and address to the letter and then sign it.

Once signed, please email to enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Lok Eight Limited

Formerly known as IQ Consulting (UK) Limited

Lok Eight LOA

If your prior lender is not listed please email enquiries@etctax.co.uk

 

Due to the time and resources that this exercise is taking, please note we are no longer offering this under our pro-bono scheme.

 

If you have any queries then please let us know.

1 Comment:

  • What a great website and what a commendable effort by ETC tax. I have recommended your services on linkedin i hope thats okay?

    So many vulnerable people out there who have paid their tax and surely cant be expected to pay loan interest. An update i saw today reads well, it seems the HMRC are doubling efforts to crack down on these promoters. I hope someone gets hold of Adrian Sacco and his band of unethical types asap.

    Trustees owe members of the trust fiduciary duties and i cant see how any judge in any land would uphold an arguement from a company like Felicitas who are at the heart of it using disguised remuneration schemes to obtain interest from. Okay there is a tax and legal matter but surely the HMRC have some weight in any side of the coin. I will spread the word about your great team!!!!

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/independent-loan-charge-review-summary-of-evidence/section-17-current-use-of-disguised-remuneration-avoidance-schemes

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