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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

charterhouselaw.com is not legit

charterhouselaw.com is not a legitimate entity, if you have received threatening calls or sms text messages from "Micheal Bond" (Doubtful that is his real name, see here) then you best course of action is to ignore them, or better still waste their time by getting them to send you ridiculous threatening emails, and I will publish it here.

You see the beauty of their dodgy operation is they have to send you letters and write stuff to harass you. It all makes for good unique content for google to pick up on, so they are doing all the hard work and making it easy for us to expose their fraudulent operation all you have to do is send us the letters.

Chaterhouse Law is not a legitmate company, let look at the facts:

Their webdomin is pretty young and only registered for the minimum 2 years. Who would register their brand and trad mark for 2 years? Answer - a fake organisation that changes names alot.

Domain Name: CHARTERHOUSELAW.COM
Registrar: WEBFUSION LTD.
Whois Server: whois.123-reg.co.uk
Referral URL: http://www.123-reg.co.uk
Name Server: NS.123-REG.CO.UK
Name Server: NS2.123-REG.CO.UK
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Updated Date: 20-dec-2011
Creation Date: 20-dec-2011
Expiration Date: 20-dec-2013

Just as the following company has from south africa who aslo got hit my the facebook global dodgy.


Email from a company being threatened by Charterhouse Law


"Just an update, we have been ignoring calls from a private number. The first call we did answer and when Clinton heard the guy introduce himself as "Michael Bond", he put the phone down.

The phone rang again and again  - three times - and we ditched the call each time. He then received a couple of smsses, each time from a different number, all threatening legal action in the next 24 hours. The number we are supposed to call is: 00 44 203 02 69 408.

We won't call, but this is pretty unsettling stuff.

Kind regards

****
On 31 July 2012 08:35, ****** Bookings <bookings@*******co.za> wrote:
Hi Oliver

Thank you for your response.

You are more than welcome to publish my mail, provided that neither my boss' name nor our companies' names are included. Because FGB have defrauded us out of more than R20 000 (we are based in South Africa), we are keen to do what we can to get our money back. I did call the bank they have an account with and was advised to open a police docket - which we will do.

I'll let you know how that pans out.

Thanks again for your help

Kind regards

*******

On 30 July 2012 16:41, Oliver Bray  wrote:
Hi Jen,

Just ignore them they're a bunch of idiots, and they have no legal recourse as what they're doing is clearly not legal. If you will allow me to publish what you have written below (I will of course take off e-mail addresses) this helps the blog grow and also educate others that this is in fact a dodgy perpetrated by charter house law and Face Book Global sorry to hear you have been done by these clowns as well. Best wishes Oliver

From: J+++++
Sent: lunes, 30 de julio de 2012 12:50
To:
Subject: Facebook 

Hi Oliver

I have no Google ID so I didn't post a comment on your page.

We have also been done. My boss, owns ***** (a special effects studio) and ***** (a make-up shop) -two separate companies. We wanted to advertise on FaceBook, and if we had a good response we would have opened an advert for ****** as well.

Since my boss wised-up and stopped payment, we have received two poorly-worded threatening mails (both attached). I thought it sounded dodgy after they told us that we don't need to see the advert on FaceBook.

I see that they have an account with Standard Bank in South Africa. Do you think it would make a difference if we contacted their branch? Would the bank even care that one of their clients is running a dodgy operation?
We are reluctant to involve a lawyer but will do so if we need to. I see on your blog it is advised that we just ignore them. What do you suggest?

We are keen to help expose these guys in any way possible, so please let me know if we can assist.

Thanks for your blog and the information you post on it.

Kind regards

*******


From: "Legal Charter House Law" <legal@charterhouselaw.com>
Subject: Charter House Law / The Technical Guys - FAO Clinton Smith - legal action will commence in 24 hours
Date: 30 July 2012 11:50:08 GMT+02:00
To:******

Dear

Client: The Technical Guys Facebook Global
Our Ref: NA 15687 / 78459
Outstanding Payment: R4446
Subject: Facebook Advertising – Payment outstanding

We have not received any response or payment from you and therefore we must now take further action to resolve this dispute if payment is not received within 24 hours.

Legal Action

Additional charges will be applied to your debt and an application will be made to register the debt with Trans Union Africa.
Summons will be served to resolved this dispute through the courts and if my client is successful in their claim you will be held liable for all legal fees incurred.

Regards

Michael Bond
Debt Enforcement Office
Charter House Law
Tel: 0044 2030269408
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From: "Legal Charter House Law" <legal@charterhouselaw.com>
Subject: Charter House Law / The Technical Guys -
Date: 26 July 2012 10:57:15 GMT+02:00


Dear

Client: The Technical Guys Facebook Global
Our Ref: NA 15687 / 78459
Outstanding Payment: R4446
Subject: Facebook Advertising – Payment outstanding

Charter House Law has been instructed to contact you regarding an overdue payment of R4446 with The Technical Guys.

You entered into a legal agreement with my client on the 14th October 2010 to advertise Masque Make Up FX Warehouse on Facebook.

My client received your written cancellation request on the 05th July 2012 and your final payment for your notice period was due on the 06th July 2012.

Payment is required immediately to settle your outstanding payment.

Payment should be made directly to The Technical Guys by EFT bank Transfer

Standard Bank in Constantia
422288845
025309
Reference: Masque Make Up / CHL

Proof of payment must be sent to legal@charterhosuelaw.com

Failure to settle your outstanding debt will result in the following action.

Legal Action

Additional charges will be applied to your debt and an application will be made to register the debt with Trans Union Africa.
Summons will be served to resolved this dispute through the courts and if my client is successful in their claim you will be held liable for all legal fees incurred.

Regards

Michael Bond
Debt Enforcement Office
Charter House Law
Tel: 0044 2030269408
Error! Filename not specified.

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