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Are Bond Partners Network still trading and offering their marketing method and Value Added Services to small accountancy firms?

I hate to be boring but this is a second posting of this message as the first appears to have been blocked by threats of legal action from someone
 
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By robert Garrod
30th Jun 2010 21:23

Bond Partners Network reputation.

When I read this thread on 30 June 2010 there had been 97 reads. This is a pretty good demonstration as to how people are concerned about Bond Partners Network (or LLP).

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By robert Garrod
02nd Jul 2010 11:27

no of reads

The number of reads is now 166. There is real interest in these people. Why is nothing being done it.

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By robert Garrod
06th Jul 2010 18:51

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It is now 223 reads.

Just remember the three P's

Purkiss, Pratt and Papanicola.

Why a chartered accountant has to be involved the other P's bewilders me.

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By nickja
20th Sep 2011 18:16

number of reads

Are Bond Partners Network still trading and offering their marketing method and Value Added Services to small accountancy firms?

This question was asked all but 15 months ago and accumulated 223 reads within 6 days.  As I write, there have been 742 reads.    On the three live Bond Partners Network threads, there has been a total of 3,495 reads - so lots of people are still interested.

Does anyone have the answer to the original question?

 

 

 

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By nicko000
26th Sep 2011 15:27

Bond

I have not heard from them since April 2010 when they suggested I sell their EFRBS product to my clients for £12500 a time.

At that time they were working on leads in house to get them to a point where the client would be willing to sign up. Far more effective according to them. I have heard nothing since.

Has anyone sued them yet?

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