On 29/07/13 11:00, Darren Scott wrote:
Mr Kennard, The domain "titanic.co.uk" is owed not by you but by a limited company for which you are shareholder and director. If you wish to processed you'll need to have them raise the matter as a limited company.
Thank you - finally! Now I see your mistake. The domain titanic.co.uk is registered by Dedicated Programs as you can see from the Nominet whois data. I am not owner nor director of Dedicated Programs. I do not work for Dedicated Programs. My connection with Dedicated Programs is as a customer. I, personally, purchase email services from Dedicated Programs. This is a simple matter of fact which I can easily prove to the court as I have the latest bill from Dedicated Programs for the email services on the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. The bill is addressed to me personally at my home address. I am the subscriber for the email services on the email address email@example.com and I subscribe as an individual. I am the individual subscriber and I am acting in this claim and any court case as an individual recipient of the email in question. Now that you see your mistake I trust that you will:- 1. Concede that you are in breach of section 22 of the regulations 2. Cencede that I am entitled to claim damages as per section 30 of the regulations 3. Apologise for accusing me of instigating a scam or a fraud. I look forward to your setting the damages claim promptly, unless you believe you have some other defence.-- Adrian Kennard Individual Subscriber
Then you might want to get the registrant information updated!
It is almost as if he thinks that the domain registrant is relevant.