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SovereignMan:
Our education started thirty one months ago with:
1)an allegation of a speeding offence in the Thames Valley police area.  Seven months later a ‘court’ in Oxford heard the case and passed ‘judgement’.  Fines of about £240 were uttered.  Three months of correspondence with thieves and robbers called bailiffs saw the claim rise to £900.  Ten months of study and a phone call to the bayleaves killed the claim.  The young woman at the call centre said:  ‘I’m sorry, Sir.  I’ll close the account.’

Since then We have:
2)Killed four credit card accounts of £10K each.
3)Closed three severely overdrawn bank accounts.
4)Rebuffed claims of speeding by Met Police.
5)Ditto West Sussex Police.
6)Cancelled a central London congestion charge.
7)Ditto a parking ticket in Bournemouth.
8)Ditto at South Mimms Service Station.
9)Ditto a car park under M&S in Mill Hill NW London.
10)Ditto a parking ticket in Kensington.
11)Ditto an alleged bus lane infraction in Ealing.
12)Ditto a traffic ticket in Harrow.
13)Ditto a second traffic ticket in Harrow.
14)Ditto a third traffic ticket in Harrow.
15)Ditto a fourth traffic ticket in Harrow.
16)Ditto a fifth traffic ticket in Harrow..
17)Discharged a sixth Harrow traffic Penalty Charge Notice with a signature.
18)’Paid’ a bayleaf’s company £925 with a signature.
19)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over an allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
20)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a second allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
21)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a third allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
22)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a fourth allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
23)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a fifth allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
24)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a sixth allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
25)Conditionally accepted a fine (unpaid) over a seventh allegation of ‘failing to name the driver’.
25b)Heard threats of three months’ imprisonment if fines not paid.
25c)Heard threats of seizure of car if fines not paid.
26)Seen off claims by TV Licensing and
27)A so-called energy supplier and
28)A liability order connected to council tax and
29)A second liability order connected to council tax and
30)A website account and
31)A Gym membership cancelled without penalty.

Furthermore, We have dealt with third party debt collectors over items 2,2,2,2,3,3,3,6,7,8,9,10,11,30 and 31 which makes a grand total of forty five success stories.  However, there was one parking ticket which produced a liability order which ended in a bayleaf stealing property (a car) from a trust.  In the short term it may appear that We lost but because of the behaviour of the bayleaf, We expect to seize the bond of the bayleaf.  There is another case in progress attached to Cookie.  More reports to follow.

However, if there is one thing We have learned in the last thirty one months it is this:
K.eep
I.t
S.hort and
S.imple.

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