No need thank you. If this is your field I am more than happy to receive your advice.
Hello again. Remus asked me to look at this for you.
Is this letter from him or solicitors?
How long have you been trading?
The ltd co was inc in July 2012 http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk//compdetails
I am pleased you have taken my question. I previously used your services via another [email protected]
The correspondence was by email and was from the "man and van" man himself no mention of solicitors. Link to his website
I first published my site on 24 January 2012 as can be verified by viewing the initial post http://hireamanandvan.co.uk/about-hire-a-man-and-van-2/
Just to clarify matters - I set up this website to help my son-in-law with his man and van business which he started earlier in 2011. I also earn a few pounds a month from the Google Ads on my site (Adsense). In addition I have purchased a van myself to help my son-in-law and do a few light jobs with the van myself to supplement my pension.
I hope the above is sufficient.
I would be inclined to tell him,metaphorically, to get stuffed.
I would write back to him, telling himthat your own business was operational before his and therefore he shouldchange his name. Tell him that if he pursues this you will write to companieshouse asking them to make him change his co name for him passing off as you!
It would be better coming from asolicitor
Can I help further?
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Many thanks for your help again.
I feel inclined to leave things as they are unless he peruses matters. However maybe a letter from a solicitor would leave the door open and by taking the initiative show intent?
Maybe to the point where I could sell him the domain name and allow him to keep his Company name. (Just a thought)
Would you be able to respond to his initial email? and if so what would your fee be.
We cannot take instructions, sorry.
No reason not to ignore and if he writes again, give him both barrels!