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Off topic & small talk: Alternative to p protection (Page 2)

Topic created on 10th May. 2020 | Page: 2 of 2 | Answers: 19 | Views: 2,930
needle34
Expert
In the EU, you can't get money past the tax authorities, what you are saying is not okay my dear if you have debts please seek help. All the best 🙏

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Xavi22
Expert
There is probably no legal alternative. But you can open as many accounts as you want. But you can only have one p account. But if the others are not discovered, they run as normal.

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Iknowyou
Experienced
Everything can be seized. If you have money problems like that, then you should be able to manage mega with a p account. 1500 euros per month without it being seized in any case is quite a lot! If you earn so much money that you take in more than 1500 euros, then you also earn so much that you can agree on installments with the creditors and have no problem

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gamble1
Legend
Iknowyou wrote on 29.02.2024 at 21:16: Everything can be seized. If you have such money problems, then you should be able to manage mega with a p account. 1500 Euro per month without that can be seized in any case is quite a lot! If you earn so much money that you take in more than 1500 euros, then you also earn so much that you can agree on installments with the creditors and have no problem

It only works if you are prepared to pay the debts you have incurred

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R3hab
Expert
But young people see it very differently, getting into Debt yes but not paying it
Better to go bankrupt at 20 and carry on at 23 😂

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Stromberg
Legend
And soon you'll be wondering about negative Trustpilot reviews again after you've exchanged views here on how to protect your money from seizure (which could possibly be seen as obstructing enforcement?).
But at least a negative cliché of the gambler with a pledged account who still doesn't want to pay his debts has been flawlessly served. 😂

@threadstarter: I don't mean that in a bad way and I can imagine that the situation is difficult.
I just wonder whether a gambling forum is the right platform for this, even if the debts may have come from gambling.

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Frankey
Experienced
The EU just presented the new package and regulations for combating money crime last week. The new implementing authority (AMLA) is based in Frankfurt. Why? Because Germany has the highest level of money crime in the EU.

In the terms and conditions of every legal financial business, whether bank, payment processor or exchange, you can read somewhere in English that "this company is committed to the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing...... ", which means "nothing is anonymous here".

One legal step you can take is to go to SKM, Caritas or another association that offers Debt counseling and try to file for personal insolvency. If it works, you'll be through after three years. This is then also shown in the Schufa. "...... goes through personal insolvency until ....
This does not have a positive effect on the score but is considered positive by the person who obtained the information.

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frapi07
Expert

Stromberg wrote on 01.03.2024 at 11:25 am: And soon you'll be wondering about negative Trustpilot reviews again, after you've exchanged ideas here about how to protect your money from seizure (which could possibly be seen as thwarting enforcement?).
But at least a negative cliché of the gambler with a pledged account who still doesn't want to pay his debts has been flawlessly served. 😂

@threadstarter: I don't mean that in a bad way and I can imagine that the situation is difficult.
I just wonder whether a gambling forum is the right platform for this, even if the debts may come from gambling.

The thread starter opened the thread 4 years ago. I wonder if he will read your replies? Difficult.

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Stromberg
Legend

frapi07 wrote on 01.03.2024 at 20:38:

The thread starter opened the thread 4 years ago. Will he read your replies? Difficult.

Difficult perhaps, but I firmly believe he will. 😁

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frapi07
Expert

Stromberg wrote on 01.03.2024 21:30:

Difficult perhaps, but I firmly believe in it.... 😁

never lose hope

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