Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
How much are you being asked for please?
Well they are not a firm of Solicitors. They are only paralegals (partly qualified).
They are no adverse reports online for them. However I would suggest paying these sums into an Escrow account. That is a third party facility which holds your money until the work is complete. Then its released from the third party to Praetorian Legal.
If they will not do it like this then I would not do anything.Also make sure you pay on credit card as this would also be covered under S.75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes it would.
Does that clarify?
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You just pay into as you would normally.
Its an account held by a third partyDoes that clarify?
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My name is ***** ***** i have had experience of this firm.
DO not pay them anything whatsoever - in fact they are linked to EZE group - I quote
"Mrs Hasker-Smith is a current director of Praetorian Legal Ltd. Her co-director at Praetorian Legal is Dominic O'Reilly. Mr O'Reilly is named as the CEO of EZE Group and is a director of Spanish registered Regency Shores SL - which has been the main beneficiary for payments made by consumers for the EZE Leisure Credits product."
Contact Diamond directly - the new exit arrangements whilst expensive (two years maintenance fees - is still cheaper than wasting money
Have you spoken to Diamond and ask for an Exit quote?
Do you owe arrears on the maintenance fees?
And that would be more than £14,000?
May I ask why you are not taking that route then?
So you will not pay £10,000 to Praetorian then?
Well that is something.
The measure of the firm is that they knew this but chose not to tell you
If you paid them via a credit card then you may be able to recover the monies