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moxie


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05/11/2009 22:43

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where can i find out if a company, i wish to employ is registered and legal, i am wary of losing out, and obtaining non existent inferior services!!!! (ive heard many horror stories) as i will not be here for approx 10 months of the year.Also i need tax receipts from the company, so therefore they must be tax registered???not very up on these matters, new to the island. Can anyone help me here?



Pogle


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05/11/2009 23:24

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Hi Moxie

See you recommended Meps on a recent thread, can they not help you with your property management?



andrew4232



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06/11/2009 08:38

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do you really think it will make any difference if there legal and registerd or not if there cow boys there cowboys, its a risk we all take , as for the tax receipts just ask them to show there KDV number as printed on there offical 'tax invoices' which the tax man requires them to issue then you will know if there registered for tax or not



johndp


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06/11/2009 08:44

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Linda for someone who is only going to spend 2 months of the year here and is new to the island, you live in Girne hmmmm and work in PR mmmmm

legal mmm tax registered mmm tax receipts req'd hmmmm

Me thinks you are just trying to promote meps mmmm

only my opinion mind



Baspinar Bob


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06/11/2009 09:27

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Moxie.

You say that you are new to the island, but three messages ago you say you have used Linz nail tech for 4 years, now which is it!!!!



Bob.



moxie


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06/11/2009 17:10

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Thank you Andrew for the advice, as YOU..., may have guessed an aquiantance posted this up for me. I just needed a broader idea and some outside input and advice?



Thanks

annie



nostradamus


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06/11/2009 18:20

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Personally I wouldn't give a damn whether they were registered or not. Registration is hardly likely to guarantee any level of service here. There are plenty of people out there who would do a very good job of your property maintenance/management I'm quite sure. When I employ somebody to do work for me, my only interest is in quality. I don't consider it my business to enquire into their legality or otherwise. Considering the size of the black economy in the UK, I don't believe that legality is the first thing on peoples' minds there either!



elko2



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06/11/2009 18:55

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I suggest the following:

1. You ask for references and go and speak to the people who have benefitted from these services. You choose who to speak to and not the ones they show you.

2. If you are going to trust them with some substantial money, make the directors personally liable, get them to sign the agreements as guarantors.

3. If the money you are going to trust them is really good money, you an ask for a bank guarantee too but dont be surprised if they show you the door

ismet



moxie


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06/11/2009 21:00

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Thank you Ismet,

i will pass this onto Annie, unlike Nostradamus, ...Annie, feels it is important that the TRNC, get the taxes which are due, and does not wish to employ an illegal company, that is in effect stealing from the government and its people, So i guess that Nostradamus would employ illegal imigrants and workers were she back in the UK, therefore adding to the Black economy of her homeland?



sorry, but as a resident here, is it not our duty to support the economy of our adopted country??

Thanks Again Ismet, wish all members were as helpful!

All she wanted was some advice....never again!!!!



moxie


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06/11/2009 21:09

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PS...bashpinar bob,Pogle and john whatever from Ireland!!!!!...

i posted a q for a mate, ANSWER YOUR SLEUTH TENDENCIES???

thought this forum would be helpful...NOT!!



adagirl


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Message Posted:
07/11/2009 12:34

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Registered businesses have a certificate which MUST be displayed. I am sure that any legit business will be happy to show you theirs. You also have every right to ask for a fatura, although the price may increase slightly to compensate.



nostradamus


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07/11/2009 16:58

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If you had read my posting properly, you would have seen that the point that I was making was that registration does not necessarily guarantee quality of service/workmanship or whatever. I don't consider that I have any right to enquire into other people's tax affairs - it's not my business. As far as supporting one's adopted country is concerned, I think that most foreigners here would consider that they do that pretty comprehensively anyway!



kermanfu


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14/11/2009 17:56

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Try Fulya Ínay, it is full registered and 100 % profesional company 0533 865 91 84



TRNCVaughan


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14/11/2009 18:01

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Steve Dickinson has started a registered property management company. If it's anything like his insurance business it will be 1st class service at the right price.



Pipie


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14/11/2009 19:05

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Vaughan do you know what Steve's pompany is called ? has he got a website ?cheers



TRNCVaughan


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15/11/2009 10:46

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I think it is called "Steve Dickinson Property Management". It may be a bit early for a web site, but you can get hold of him through his insurance business.



Pipie


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15/11/2009 10:50

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Thanks for reply Vaughan !!



nurseawful



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15/11/2009 10:50

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Or if you want Steves e-mail address google Eden Estates NC and you can get him that way.



gates


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15/11/2009 16:59

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high we do magament and would be pleased to quote we are regestered AND HAVE BEEN FOR 3 YRS that is why we can advertise and have web site http://www.braceybuilders.com get to us vie web site



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