Hahaha. If he thinks anyone on either forum is intimidated by one del boy chancer that doesn't know how to pay his debts, he obviously doesn't know anything about the balls-to-the-wall world of p2p lending.
He's welcome to my name and address. Any thing he sends will be laughed at and promptly placed in the recycling. (Climate change and all that!!!!)
Unless it's a legal claim form in which case I'm sure that you'll actually play a straight bat and respond with an acknowledgement of service and subsequently a defence all filed within the prescribed timescales.
In the meantime I'd suggest the best way not to be bullied is to continue to lend on the UB platform.
Absolutely, this incident won't have any influence on my investment strategy on UB. Probably following the approach of initiator of this trend, this borrower is trying the same thing - turn investors against the platform.
I have to wonder whether it's tactically and strategically.... judicious.... for the plaintiff to take on an case where the number of defendants, their capabilities, disposition and resources are unknown to him?
Highest dumb count achieved +2 Current dumb count +1
Perhaps P2P companies need to stsrt adding 'litigation history' to their inquiries before contract. There are several on LY who have a grubby history in that area, plus this one .. any others out there?
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