Member Since: 11th Oct 2017
21st Mar 2018
If the moneys been deposited in the actual bank account then it can be treated like an electronic payment for posting in your books/software
20th Mar 2018
Charge is by Santander UK plc so you'd hope that its all legal and above board?
20th Mar 2018
The company was registered in 2004 and has filed dormant accounts ever since.
The charge on the property was created in 2011 and the lease signed in 2015.
It doesn't look the company has ever traded which is why I cant understand how it can have a mortgage/charge on a property and issue a lease on said property?
20th Mar 2018
Last set of accounts was upto 31 July 2016 filed 28 April 2017 so another set due shortly but I dont understand how they can have mortgages etc on properties when they have nothing in their balance sheet?
14th Mar 2018
post a receipt as if the money had been received then post a payment for the same value to the directors loan account
8th Mar 2018
This happened to us although we hadn't moved, HMRC claimed to have had mail returned by Royal Mail.
When I asked for a copy of what had been returned they were unable to supply it as they hadn't had anything returned but other departments within HMRC might have but they couldn't tell me which one!!!!
This has now happened twice so at the end of March I will have 3 quarters to upload and a large chunk of money to pay over to them but I have to ring them mid March to check we haven't been suspended again and the VAT return had been generated!!!
Don't quite understand how if its nothing to do with VAT why its only our VAT account that's been suspended. PAYE, NIC & CT are all ok?
Is it any wonder this country is in a state???!!!
22nd Feb 2018
Depends on the value of the claim?
If its over £600 and this includes the claim, interest and court fees then you can apply to have it transferred to the high court. There is a fee but this is also added on to the amount to be claimed. The high court send out sherrifs who have the power to enter property & seize goods and basically have more power than normal bailiffs.
8th Feb 2018
I cant see how the bank would be liable, they didn't tell your customer it was ok to ship the goods or that the payment was BACS did they?
Your client needs to contact the customer and request payment and if that isn't forthcoming then issue proceedings through the courts.
Don't think the police would be interested until he has at least contacted the customer and tried to get his money, being optimistic there may be a genuine reason why the cheque was stopped but I doubt it.
15th Jan 2018
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