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Dear Jo Thank you very much indeed for your efficiency - I am most grateful for the reminder. My problems continue and I would like to ask for further guidance which will require my sending you a short attachment but I am almost totally computer illiterate and I'd be grateful for a 'direct e-mail' address to you. Regards ***** *****
It has been pointed out to me that in my previous emails to you I should have made clear that it was a solicitor I had known and who had advised me for some years who suggested I find a friend to take out the mortgage on my behalf. I did this and instructed the solicitor to handle the mortgage for me via said 'friend'. However when things turned sour, the solicitor started representing said ‘friend’ against me. Between them they have defrauded me and are withholding my money. It has been suggested that a reason they want a letter from me promising no action against them is that the solicitor both acted improperly, and what he advised me to do, and what he cooperated in, was illegal.
May I please have your views on this? Thanks and warm regards,