Member Since: 23rd Jul 2013
27th Nov 2018
ooo pickaboo, just felt a tremor in the force someone said my name.
still here matey, however moved on to selling LOL dolls for xmas rush down the market stall, making an absolute killing, just ordered my 2019 bentley GTC in apple green yesterday o/
Have a great week Justin
11th Jun 2018
No still here, going strong and Rangers was EBT's thought you would have known the difference, I never offered / sold / got involved with EBT's
17th Apr 2018
my thoughts regarding crypto
buyting crypto and selling for a profit into fiat(investment) = CGT
trading crypto on exchanges = IT/CT
crypto mining (chance luck) = gambling no tax
i have around 3 million coins/tokens but mine are held in an asset trust :)
20th Oct 2017
cannot go for limited company, but can look at house if they are the sole occupier
20th Oct 2017
depends on where the trust resides and therefore is laible to that jurisdictions tax regime.
20th Oct 2017
One simply uses 'planning' to put the property into an asset trust.
yes boys an girls i am still here :P
20th Jul 2017
24th Feb 2017
I had a client have a bank account frozen with £16m in it by Santandar, yes banks are a law unto themsleves.
For the past several years, bank customers in the UK have had an excellent set of legal powers to tackle their banks if they think they have been treated unfairly.
Unfortunately, hardly anyone knows about them, and the relevant authorities have failed to give the powers any meaningful publicity.
The rules were been laid down by the Financial Services Authority (FSA). They are known as the Banking: Conduct of Business sourcebook (BCOBS) and they apply to small businesses as well as to private individuals.
Most significantly, they give any aggrieved customer the right to sue their bank in the county court.
This explicitly links breaches of these rules to the right of individuals to take legal action under section 150 of Financial Services and Markets Act.
What is unfair?
Under BCOBS, your bank has a duty to operate your current account so the consequences are not unfair to you. Your bank cannot just go ahead and apply your contractual terms regardless of the consequences. It is obliged to have regards to your interests, when making decisions.
Your bank may want to say they are only obliged to treat you fairly within the limits of the account contract. However, fair treatment under BCOBS means you are entitled to receive fair treatment despite the limits of the contract (otherwise BCOBS would be rendered completely ineffective by the bank's terms and conditions).
Unfairness depends on the circumstances.
British judges have been deciding what is reasonable or unfair for hundreds of years so it does not pose much of a problem for them.
The Judgement can then be passed to the FSA and OFT who are obliged to act.
8th Dec 2016
5th Dec 2016
LOL £25k sounds suspicious....(but £10k is fine)....Carlh...you must be an introducer for the wrong scheme....why get 25% of 10k when you can get 25% of £25k.
Nope its the right structure, but in all things they are good and bad introducers. this sounds like a greedy one, Your reputation/name is essential in this arena as word of mouth/proven record is your biggest asset. They are around 30 world wide introducers of this, and I can guess who it is, its a small world.