Friday, October 21, 2016

Mail Boxes Etc. UK: Declan's e-letter to MBE UK Chairman Simon Cowie for an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to avoid court



RE: Mail Boxes Etc. UK (MBE UK)

Complaint about MBE UK's non-compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

To the Chairman of MBE UK, Simon Cowie:

For the attention of Graziano Fiorelli, Chairman of Mail Boxes Etc. Global

Simon Cowie
Chairman
Mail Boxes Etc. UK

Address removed for email


21 October 2016

Dear Mr Cowie,

Further to my e-letter dated 20 October 2016. I have this afternoon spoken with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

Unfortunately, it takes the ICO up to six months to close 90% of their cases, therefore it is not an option by way of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Time is of the essence now that my revenue mail to the mailbox I rent from MBE King's Cross has been frozen by HM Revenue and Customs because Royal Mail does not have a proper address for the King's Cross location on its database.

Would you have an ADR proposal that will prevent litigation?

Yours sincerely,

Declan Heavey
Managing Director
Network for Church Monitoring

5 October: Will it take the Independent Police Complaints Commission to protect Declan's accounts with HM Revenue and Customs as they stand today?