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Fraud Item: fraud / escroc / estafa: TVV, Credit Collection Factoring, Michael Richardson

Fraudulent message

Notice of demand for Payment - Without Prejudice

For the attention of the Legal Department and Management Team only.


We have repeatedly served notice your company Limited Edition Manufacturers t/a Ilovani located in South Africa and requested payment of your long overdue account in the year 2019 (this is well documented) and this is now a formal legal demand and legal notice for payment in the full amount of 1416 Euro being the total contractual value of three years (legal costs, interest accrued, charges and fees not yet included but will be part of the legal proceedings and included in our application to the small claims court) regarding the attached breached contract.

For clarity and to be very clear on the matter, legal proceedings will be held in Prague, Czech Republic and once a ruling in our favour is completed we will have the right to enforce the judgement locally without contest, nothing distracts as you have been made aware that we would take further legal action if this was not settled.

We are legally required to provide all documents to your company that we will submit to the court under the application to file a lawsuit against your company as listed below:

1.Copy of the breached Order/Contract detailing duration of contract, cost, cancellation terms, cooling period and service, in PDF format.
2.CCF legal ownership documents from the law offices of Weiland in Hamburg, Germany - notarised in original German and translated English, in PDF format. confirming our legal right to act upon the contract and debt.
3.Original CCF claim summary document for 1416 Euro, in PDF format.
Please provide us with payment in full by September 2020 to the banking details confirmed below. If we have not received your payment by that day or proof of payment provided, We Credit Collection Factoring s.r.o. have the legal rights to enforce this demand for payment against the contract in the District Court of Prague 1 in the Czech Republic.

Case reference: CCF - Contract No. - Termination of claim

Settlement amount: 1416 Euro

Account Holder: CCF Credit Collection Factoring s.r.o.
Registered Address: Varšavská 715/36, Vinohrady, Prague, Czech Republic, PSČ 120 00
Bank: Česká Spořitelna a.s.
Bank Address: Jugoslávská 2578/19, 120 00 Vinohrady, Czech Republic
IBAN: CZ8108000000001951584253

Unless the aforementioned issues are resolved, this email formally places your company on notice of the legal requirements concerning document retention and expect you and all its affiliates to honour such requirements. You have a legal obligation to maintain and preserve any and all documents, materials, and information, in any form whatsoever, that may be potentially relevant to the subject matter, or discoverable in any potential action arising from this breach.

I am hopeful that we can still resolve this matter between our companys without going through Small Claims proceedings in Prague and you will honour your contractual obligations.

It is in the best interest of both parties to resolve this matter as soon as possible. If there is no response by September 2020 then it shall be our right to pursue any and all available legal and equitable remedies, including, but not limited to, instituting formal litigation proceedings against your company.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss payment options or require any further clarification.

All communication must remain in written form by email, letter or fax only for legal requirements and to ensure that no hearsay will stand and there is no confusion about the legal facts.

Michael Richardson
Litigation Executive
CCF Credit Collection Factoring s.r.o.
Postal Address: P.O.BOX 91, Prague 2, CZ 120 00
Company Registration No: 04972881
V.A.T. No: CZ04972881
Office: + 420 226 223 020
Fax: + 420 226 223 028


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