NYSPINS £50,000 Withdrawal Denied

TheAddict

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For that amount of money maybe they're hoping you've ripped out so much hair and scratched your face into such oblivion that it would put a crack head to shame, so perhaps they can then claim you are unrecognizable in comparison to your passport photo when they start asking you to do a handstand while holding the selfie next to your face.
Still taking a week or 3 to reply? Sound like a right empathetic bunch. Pathetic.
 
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navyboy

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Location
hull
For that amount of money maybe they're hoping you've ripped out so much hair and scratched your face into such oblivion that it would put a crack head to shame, so perhaps they can then claim you are unrecognizable in comparison to your passport photo when they start asking you to do a handstand while holding the selfie next to your face.
Still taking a week or 3 to reply? Sound like a right empathetic bunch. Pathetic.
Yes mate the last letter sent from my solicitor was 15th June but still no reply and my solicitor sent a follow up email last week. It’s like they don’t give a shit tbh when then should be responding in 2-3 days which is normal.
 

dec2008mcl

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Apr 28, 2020
Location
N Ireland
Yeah, why has your solicitor not filed in court? This would put alot more pressure on them instead of them slow balling you, let them try to miss court set dates. If your confident of winning youl likely get awarded legal fees as well. Also if they are implying you are laundering money sue them for defamation
 

MickeyVonDickey

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Wales, UK
I empathise with your situation and wish you well buddy. You have certainly been through it. As a member mentioned above though, if the solicitor was taken on in February, why has the legal action not progressed further? Letters and emails don't cut it unless the letter was a Letter Before Action to NYSPINS. chin up and keep fighting for what is rightfully yours mate.
 

colinsunderland

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Jan 28, 2016
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uk
I empathise with your situation and wish you well buddy. You have certainly been through it. As a member mentioned above though, if the solicitor was taken on in February, why has the legal action not progressed further? Letters and emails don't cut it unless the letter was a Letter Before Action to NYSPINS. chin up and keep fighting for what is rightfully yours mate.
I imagine it's to do with pre-action protocols and also the fact, from what I can see, it would have to be in the Maltese courts. That is going to add significant costs to the solicitor's costs, and, if it were in the UK, you have a duty to keep costs to a minimum. If the action could be started in the UK, the court fee alone would be £2500.
 

navyboy

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Location
hull
I imagine it's to do with pre-action protocols and also the fact, from what I can see, it would have to be in the Maltese courts. That is going to add significant costs to the solicitor's costs, and, if it were in the UK, you have a duty to keep costs to a minimum. If the action could be started in the UK, the court fee alone would be £2500.
Yes mate me and my solicitor are trying to get this sorted out just through emails and put this to bed. Obviously if it comes to a point in the next month that Nyspins are not being fair then I will take legal action against them and they will have to pay my court costs plus interest etc.
the amount of information we have sent to then is unbelievable and the money should be realised straight away. The biggest problem is they always pick up on new things and also when the response time are two to three weeks it’s very frustrating and very bad indeed. We can take them to court in the uk if needed and don’t forget I have all the correspondence over the last 10 months and it’s overwhelming how much Nyspins have abused this situation.
 
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