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Broadoaks Residential Home in Rochford
has not paid a number of overdue invoices
that still remain unpaid after many months
the debt currently amounts to GBP 1200 plus interest
The original invoice was dated July 2012
Colchester's Broadoaks Residential Home
Bird's eye view of our Rochford home
Default Notice Introduction:
The original website for Broadoaks Residential Home was replaced by this Default Notice in September 2012 and this occurred because the business owners failed to pay an outstanding invoice that was more than 2 months overdue.
Default Notice Inspiration:
Web4orce Ltd like a lot of other Internet entrepreneurs often provide services that incur annual or one off payments amounting to less than 30 pounds sterling. In such circumstances when a client fails to pay an outstanding invoice on time it creates a dilemma that is difficult to deal with cost effectively. One of our directors John Duggan, eventually came up with the solution and appropriately it was an Internet based remedy.
Are an anathema that blights the life of most small businessmen throughout the UK. Until the advent of the Default Notice in 2008 our company wrote off a lot as bad debts. Nowadays, long overdue invoices are an extremely rare event. In fact our company are so pleased with the results we are considering rolling it out nationally! In line with this the original Default Notice has recently been upgraded to feature more prominently in the major search engines.
♦ 2 Southend Road
♦ England SS4 1HA UK
♦ Tel: 0845 548 8733
Question: Why has the original website been replaced?
Answer: Quite simply because the owners of Broadoaks Residential Home failed to pay an outstanding invoice despite being more than 2 months overdue. Prior to this they had ignored some 4 separate email requests for payment.
Question: Were Broadoaks Residential Home owners personally aware of this?
Answer: Yes, our director telephoned Christian Croll about their overdue invoices, and after the red mist had cleared, Christian stated in no uncertain terms that he had no intention of paying the outstanding debt.
Question: When was Broadoaks Residential Home's website originally created?
Answer: The original website was completed in July 2007, which is when the first invoice was emailed. However, it was not until January 2008 before a cheque was received in payment, perhaps that was a foretaste of things to come
Question: Why does the Default Notice have a burgundy colour theme?
Answer: This was inspired by the red mist that invariably descends when in conversation with owners of businesses concerning their long overdue debts.
Question: What is a Default Notice particularly with regard to Broadoaks Home?
Answer: In this instance it is an online website replacement, referred to as a Default Notice, stating the circumstances surrounding Broadoaks indebtedness to Web4orce Ltd.
Question: Are Web4orce's terms and conditions prominently displayed?
Answer: Yes they are. Our company website published in 1999 prominently displays our terms and conditions. Furthermore, all clients are allocated their own on-line accounts area and this displays a notice highlighted in red.
Question: Is it possible to view the access page to the account's area?
Answer: Yes, click on the About button below followed by the Links button above then click on the blue underlined link - Broadoaks access link - to view Broadoaks accounts welcome page.
Question: Are you not concerned about Broadoaks residents seeing this site?
Answer: Yes we are. However, this question should really be asked of Broadoaks owners! If Croll Group had acted in accordance with the terms and conditions, this Default Notice would not have existed.
Question: Are you concerned the residents family & friends might view this?
Answer: Yes we are, and we can only re-iterate our response to the previous question.
Question: Are any other of Croll Group's homes involved in this dispute
Answer: Yes, there are 3 other homes. Ayletts Residential Home in Chelmsford, Hill House Care Home in Colchester and Carlisle Lodge a nursing home situated in Eastbourne.
Question: Are there any additional Default Notices on-line re Croll Group?
Answer: Yes, there are and to view these click on the About button below followed by the Links button above then click on the relevant blue underlined links.
Question: What happens if Croll Group fail to honour these debts?
Answer: Our company will continue to seek a negotiated settlement with Croll Group's owners. In the meantime, all four Default Notices will remain on-line.
Question: Why not commence court proceedings against Broadoaks owners?
Answer: By comparison the Default Notice is less costly to our company, it is also much less time consuming. More importantly it is extremely effective, in the past 5 years it has achieved better than 95% success rate!
Question: Does the 95% figure include Croll Group?
Answer: Yes it does but, we have every confidence that Croll Group will pay eventually.
Question: What is the thinking behind the last answer?
Answer: As time progresses more of Croll Group's creditors, staff and residents will become aware of their plight and this will continue to crank up the pressure on the directors to seek a way to resolve this matter.
Rochford's Broadoaks ... Latest News ... Sunday 20th April 2014 ... Our sincere apologies to all those who were expecting to visit Broadoaks Residential Home website. It has been replaced because the owners have failed to pay invoices that are long overdue. If you wish to contact the Webmaster please click on the down arrow key in the Contact form below, select Webmaster and email us your inquiry. Thank you for your time!
Phone our company on 0845 548 8733 to air your views. Alternatively, if you complete the form below we shall respond as soon as.
Service Provider: Croll Group
Company Director: Christian Croll
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