Court Case Win Against British Gas for Bills Paid Through Bill of Exchange

It seems there is a legal loophole that people are using to pay utility bills by using the Giro slip as a discharge instrument that clears the outstanding bill, as limited companies are all subject to a Memorandum of Article and Association that deems Promissory notes a valid method of discharging the amount owed on the bill.

This process seems fairly stressful and involved with back and forth correspondence, but if you are currently fighting a disputed utility bill or receiving threatening letters about payment, then please read up on the process here, as there are some success stories from those who followed the process correctly (letter templates and various steps of the process provided):
http://www.getoutofdebtfree.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=141&t=73026#.VR5cbvnF9J0

 

British Gas cancels warrant of entry application to fit prepayment meter for Gas & electric:

 

If you check your paperwork the energy companies send you a statement which is a notice to pay.

When in fact your gas electric and water has already been paid through the bill of exchange.

If you tell your energy company that you would like a bill they actually send you a Joint Giro Credit Slip which is infact is a cheque, but you can’t cash it.

Me and Jay Bradley did a video last year in the post office, we walked into the post office but the post master could not facilitate us as he was not legally trained, please see link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imNzl

Ironically the Gas agent said he had spoken to British Gas legal team barristers and the barrister stated that we didn’t know what we were doing and that our method of payment was a load of rubbish, however it was that much of a load of rubbish they had infact struck out there warrant application before we even entered the court building in Crewe Magistrates Administrative Law Center, Rubber clown stamping center.

The energy companies apply for a warrant of entry under the 1954 gas & electricity act under health and safety.

They also use the gas and electricity act 1986 for monitory purposes.

However if you endorse your Joint Giro Credit slip and send it back to the utility companies you have then transferred the joint Giro credit slip back as you can’t transfer it, cash it in at a post office or bank as its non transferrable they have to accept your Joint Giro credit as full and final payment which then Zeros your account, see the link here on how to endorse your joint Giro credit slip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsahR

The gas agent stated that I must have paid my bill as that’s why they had struck out the warrant; I told the warrant officer that I had not paid the alleged debt off with cash sterling and that infact I had paid it through the bill of exchange to that the gas agent walked off in a panic as he did not want to accept what was being said to him by myself, Kevin Marks & Steve Spy.

Also we put the gas agent on notice that his actions and any other actions by another gas agent now and in the foreseeable future under penalty of perjury will be in breach of the fraud act 2006 protection from harassment act 2006 and knowingly will be committing fraud.

I would like to thank Paul Webster, Kevin Mark, Steve Spy, Eric and Peter of England who attended today.

British Gas 0 Vs 1 Beat the Bailiffs and Banks.

Victory to the people

Power to the people

Love and light with love is the only way to fight xxx

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2 Responses to “Court Case Win Against British Gas for Bills Paid Through Bill of Exchange”

  1. Linda says:

    It seems there is a legal loophole that people are using to pay utility bills by using the Giro slip as a discharge instrument that clears the outstanding bill, as limited companies are all subject to a Memorandum of Article and Association that deems Promissory notes a valid method of discharging the amount owed on the bill.

    This process seems fairly stressful and involved with back and forth correspondence, but if you are currently fighting a disputed utility bill or receiving threatening letters about payment, then please read up on the process here, as there are some success stories from those who followed the process correctly (letter templates and various steps of the process provided):
    http://www.getoutofdebtfree.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=141&t=73026#.VR5cbvnF9J0

  2. Gary says:

    But why would you decide to not pay your bill?

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