London Has Fallen Updates 2017 – Financial Hardship and the extent they might go to make you pay for allegedly downloading their movies on Bittorent.
My firm has dealt with many types of financials demands before, but here is one I recently received that just made me go “whoa, really.” It deals with an attempt to resolve an alleged LHF movie download case where I sought to try to get a case closed (where they are seeking $4,900 for an alleged movie download) and merely raised the issue of a financial hardship. The response I received seemed really over the top and had me wondering if LHF would really try to seize someone’s bicycle, tools, or furniture as means to a settlement of a case??? Would they really do that?
Message from representative
Here was the message I received from LHF representative responding to the question of a financial hardship and what they would apparently require to consider such:
“LHF will need copies of tax returns for 2013-2016, current pay stubs, copies of documents showing all indebtedness including credit card statements over the last year and outstanding loans and a list of all real or personal property assets, including but not limited to a list of any and all media subscriptions such as telephone, cable, etc., memberships, bank and savings accounts, trust accounts, recreational equipment and gear, tools, furniture, appliances, electronic devices, firearms, jewelry, motorized vehicles (automobile, motor cycle, snowmobile, boat, etc.) or other means of transportation such as bicycles owned, possessed or utilized independent of others with a claim to the property. (emphasis added).
Does this suggest that when considering financial hardship LHF wants a list of all jewelry owned, and bikes and tools owned and a list of all your furniture? If true, this is really a first. Something to consider if you find yourself in this type of incident. Is this what we have become in America? If so, I think it is really disgraceful.
Contact a London Has Fallen Copyright Defense Lawyer
If you are accused of downloading a London Has Fallen movie, be aware that this is the type of response you can receive from a representative of this movie company. We handled numerous cases with copyright holders and we can help you negotiate settlements in these types of cases even if they seek to take your bicycle or tool box. Call us for a free initial consultation at (877) 276-5084.
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