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    Hi Everyone its only me how are we tonight...........ri

    ght where do I begin. First and formost I have never slandered anyone and I too have kept copies of every slanderous as you call it remark about others and myself from unfairpak site. we are never going to agree on anything because we want different things if you think a whitch hunt will make me head for the hill think again. cantankerous saying that the agents should repay what was taken by a firm is rediculous where on earth would you get that from? As for your ears ringing haha sorry about that caps lock was stuck. Unfairpak I have had many articles I have written posted in not only the Financial Times but the Guardian and Wales on Sunday. But I am at a loss as to why when Suzy was less than 1 foot away from me and presented with the article which she said: Suzy Hall, national campaign co-ordinator of victim group Unfairpak, said the final payout was a good result. "This is a much better outcome than we expected – to get 50p overall when we started with nothing in the pot, and then just 4p for every £1. I'm extremely happy." The Independant "Never in my wildest imagination did I think we would get back 50p in the pound. Unfairpak believe we have won." whoops there it is again!!This Is Money 'Never in my wildest imagination did I think we would get back 50p in the pound. Unfairpak believes we have won.'

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    OH man its there again how come everyone got the wrong end of the stick hmmmmm. As for working voluntarily for the last 6 years hello so has mostly every other agent, I have campaigned for 6 years also however I have never asked for a stamp and most certainly never asked for a minimum of £10 donation to keep unfarepak website open. people have lost enough. I have always campaigned as Mrs Harvey not Councillor as the 2 have nothing whatsoever to do with each other. But thanks for calling me councillor its really rather nice :) This is an assassination of my character I would say comes under defamation of character however by next week I will know as I see my brief on Monday. Thanks a lot ladies and gents I have filed all this with the rest however it is getting boring haven't you got anyone else to bully yawn because computer tough guy is as bad as telephone tough guy hahahahahahahaha nite nite
    Simple DEBS1 - the agents were agents of Farepak and not agents of Farepak's customers. In short, the commission paid by Farepak to their agents was taken into account when determining the prices to be paid by the customers. Ideally all agents would return to the Liquidator commissions received as they, the agents, have profited from the customers' misfortune. The last line of your comment (hahahaha........) epitomises wholly your position."
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Farepak payment ‘misleading’ - Newport campaigner

South Wales Argus: 'MISLEADING': Newport councillor and Farepak campaigner Debbie Harvey 'MISLEADING': Newport councillor and Farepak campaigner Debbie Harvey

A CAMPAIGNER said an announcement that victims of Farepak will have got around half their money back after a payment next month is misleading.

Liquidators BDO has said victims of the collapse of the Christmas savings scheme will have received around 50p in the pound after it pays a divident to creditors.

But former Farepak agent and Newport city councillor Debbie Harvey said that is misleading, with 17.5p of the 50p having come from a charity.

The Farepak Response Fund aimed to deliver vouchers to victims at Christmas 2006, following the collapse of the company. The rest – 32p in the pound – will be made in a payment to 114,000 Farepak creditors next month, BDO said.

It comes after Lloyds Banking Group, whose subsidiary HBOS was recently criticised by a High Court judge over the affairs, made an £8 million payment to be distributed to customers and agents by the liquidators.

“They’re going to make my job a lot harder. They are saying they are getting half of their money back. They are not,” said Cllr Harvey.

She said she has already been called by one victim who thought that was the case.

Cllr Harvey, who is secretary of the Farepak Victims Committee, added: “How can they mislead people?”

Cllr Harvey is to raise the issue with Vince Cable, secretary of state for business, when she and Newport East MP Jessica Morden meet him tomorrow.

She will also push for regulations around pre-payment schemes to be tightened up so the Farepak disaster can never happen again.

A spokeswoman for BDO said it had been very clear in its announcement.

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