maninthestreet wrote: »
OP - is it related to this thread?http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5646848
RebeccaPlant wrote: »
Thanks for all your replies so far. I feel I may have misconstrued the situation somewhat. Yes, it is related to buying assets from an insolvency practitioner. They are a large global company which is registered on companies house and all seems legit. There are contact details available but I have struggled previously to find a phone number for the specific department that's relevant to the purchase - mostly they either want contact via email or through the website's contact form.
I have no doubt that the company is genuine, I just want to make sure that the bank details that I've been given are actually belonging to the company to account for the (unlikely) that the person I've been talking to has swapped them out for his own personal details.
I don't really believe that we are being scammed - the whole process so far has been quite slow and various things about it wouldn't add up if it was a scam artist. However, I just want to make sure because it's a lot of money!
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