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I agree that it’s a real concern. But I excuse WW (just!) on the basis that PRL insist they’re going to finish the season....which muddies the water to an extent. But it’s a marginal issue for sure.FlipFlop wrote: ↑Sat May 02, 2020 8:14 amDon’t want to really use the expression, fraud, but a number of businesses, not only sporting businesses and their Directors are having to tread a very fine line at present around the areas of justifying their business as a going concern with significant income reductions occurring while simultaneously incurring costs at broadly fixed levels( unless negotiated out temporarily) and this brings the spectre of wrongful or fraudulent trading into view. Not suggesting this is the case necessarily at Sixways or Morecambe, but the continued DD take at present under unknown circumstances is maybe at the murky end of decent practice. After all, we know what BT Sport have done re DD’s while no sport to show. Couldn’t WW do something similar with our ‘community values’?
I think it highly unlikely that any such reassurance could be 100% guaranteed for the foreseeable future.A38 wrote: ↑Sat May 02, 2020 10:52 amI would expect, and hope, that any invitation to renew STs would be accompanied with enough information to reassure supporters that we can expect a full season at Sixways.
What’s the actual truth g2forumsm?g2forumsm wrote:Lots of Machiavellian thoughts on here today. I was under the impression that every other club is doing the same as us and indeed some are taking money for next season. It’s almost like some people want to infe4 the worse regardless of the actual truth
Haven’t a clue, but we are doing the same as most of the prem wrt this season and less than some wrt to next season, and that’s all we know, anything else is suppositionFlipFlop wrote: ↑Sat May 02, 2020 10:18 pmWhat’s the actual truth g2forumsm?g2forumsm wrote:Lots of Machiavellian thoughts on here today. I was under the impression that every other club is doing the same as us and indeed some are taking money for next season. It’s almost like some people want to infe4 the worse regardless of the actual truth
Yes that’s fair. There are very few facts to deal with, apart from the obvious health related issues, and on a micro scale of importance the fact that WW decided to take our May DDs, with which I’m quite happy!
I think the owners will tell you what they CAN tell you (with some certainty), until such time that PRL stop prevaricating and make that fateful decision.
By "haters" presumably you mean people who disagree with you?Abmatt wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 11:06 amAs I posted else where I think it is asking a bit much to market something that you do not know yet if you can provide.
I for one will be demanding a full refund for services that were not provided. And before the haters start the sims involved are considerably more than a ST.
ST holders should consider themselves lucky they have had some communication from the club. I have had nothing since mid-March.
I think there is an option there to just about suit everybody - well done the club I say.
If I was Abmat, I would be on to my credit card company and put the amount under dispute and try that avenue to get my money back. For Abmats amount if that doesn't work there is always the small claims court! I will be taking this tack with Exeter and Wasps for refunds of my away match tickets if they follow the same tack as Warriors and not give a refund for a service as advertised not being offered on the date it was advertised!
Unlucky on the debit card front, I hadn't realised that it didn't apply for that. I agree with your understanding of the Warriors statement, hence my comments about putting the amounts for Exeter and Wasps under dispute in my case, if the Warriors approach is to be the "standard" PRL approach
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