Services Seven Ltd's leaflets are misleading and may be in breach of the Control
of Misleading Advertisement Regulations 1988.
Advertising Standards Authority ordered the company to cease circulation in July
2004 but the company ignored the ruling.
enquiries conclude that the company's registered address and the address of it's
director and company secretary are false. This is a contravention of Section 136
(1) of the Companies Act 1989.
Kraslava Services Seven Ltd picking up a bag from Jon.|
filmed collectors working for Kraslava Services Seven Ltd telling people that
they are collecting the clothes for charity.
This, combined with the misleading
nature of their leaflets constitutes an offence of Obtaining Property By Deception,
under Section 15 of the theft act 1968.
Services Seven Ltd used 2 vehicles in summer, autumn and winter 2004.
blue Transit Van was traced to Yarrow Crescent, Becton, East London in autumn
A white Mercedes was also used in 2002 to collect clothing for another
company Olonex. Olonex also used to distribute misleading leaflets.
Container Services in Rainham, Essex, where Kraslava Services Seven Ltd stored
their clothes in 2004.|
to export, the company stored clothing in rented containers at London Container
Services, Ferry Lane, Rainham, Essex.
behind the company?
Two former workers of the company named their former
boss who is a Lithuanian man, but we were unable to trace him.
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