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On 09/09/2021 at 22:44, BIGShow said:

Elcan, Atlas, Athlon, Trijicon, Nightforce the list goes on, all these items he sells are fake as well sure he would be out of business by now. 

 

Nobody said that they were.  Why bring it up?

 

 

On 09/09/2021 at 22:44, BIGShow said:

I forgot to say go to his website https://xtremetactical.co.uk

 

I'm fine for QC rejects being sold at full whack, thanks all the same.

 

 

On 09/09/2021 at 22:44, BIGShow said:

I just think spreading false rumours

 

Useful information for potential purchasers.

 

 

On 09/09/2021 at 22:44, BIGShow said:

I have provided proof.

 

I can prove I have fresh apples (how do you like them?), but that doesn't prove that my oranges aren't rotten.

 

 

On 09/09/2021 at 22:44, BIGShow said:

there isn't anything on eBay in their shop that a crime

 

Nobody said there was.  What a bizarre thing to refute.

 

Well, I know whose reputation and integrity I'll be trusting based on the quality of this contribution.

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Seeing as I had five minutes spare:

 

Xtreme Tactical Ltd was incorporated on 19th February 2020, George is a Director.

 

Prior to that he was a Director of Quantum Tactical UK Ltd (formerly Rifle Optics UK Ltd) between April 2017 and September 2018 and then again from November 2019 until it went into liquidation on 4th March 2020 with debts of £55,514.36 (£23,943.55 to Lloyds and the rest to Paypal). In the period between the two directorships the company was run by Paul, with the same surname as the aforementioned George.

There was also a brief flirtation with Extreme Electronics Ltd but they must've decided against that as the company was struck off the register.

 

All the above has been taken from official submissions to companies house and are available bere: https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/officers/Hz_Oz6Jv_dxKyCzBIxHPKEbrNMk/appointments

 

 

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Not quite.

 

It's a classic move of closing down one company and continuing to trade under a new name, it clears the debts as they're unsecured and in the name of the previous Ltd company. Just means it costs the rest of us more in fees as the likes of Lloyds and Paypal aren't going to want to be out of pocket in the long run.

 

I'll let you draw your own conclusions as to why they'd owe Paypal so much.

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1 hour ago, Madhouse said:

It's a classic move of closing down one company and continuing to trade under a new name, it clears the debts as they're unsecured and in the name of the previous Ltd company.

 

Thanks for turning this up, that about concludes the case for the prosecution.

 

I worked for a company run like that, with a policy of only paying when court bailiffs turned up to collect the furniture.  When they eventually went under, they renamed the company by reversing the name, folded it, then started a new company with the old name the next morning.  They got away with this twice more before eventually running out of fresh suppliers and banks that they could scam into extending them more credit.

 

The boss was the nicest guy you could imagine, pillar of the community, nothing was too much trouble for him... except for paying the creditors that he was ruthlessly ripping off.

 

They slither among us.

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