Discussion in 'Hunting Reports Europe' started by gr1ffer, May 7, 2019.
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Here are the screenshots. I can only say not to panic, the trophy will be send to Kristoffer and nobody is goin to take it, it is his property.
Here are some links to prove the communication It started from january 2019.
And again I give to Kristoffer my sincere apologies for so long process with appendix 5 (it was sent only in this month) to the contract but i wrote about the payment in march and the hunter knew about it. Hope everthing will be finished soon in gentlemanly and transparent way. Due to Belarussian law our company cant take money from pay pal account how the hunter can pay, it is illegal, so only international bank transfer to the account of the company. There were no problems with hunters from different countries (USA, Spain, Norway, Austria etc..) but there is a problem with UK. I dont know may be because of political sanctions or anything else. Bank managers dont understand how to make it, we sent the instructions before the hunt.
With best wishes, Aleks.
Now we get a better picture of both sides of the issue. It sounds like the bank not knowing how to make an international transfer. If Aleksi sent wiring instructions and a bank employee can read, there should be no questions. Pretty standard procedure. Only two steps: Bank sends money, Aleksi sends trophy.
I’ve been trying to get in touch for weeks but you still ignore my emails and WhatsApp messages. I can also see you have opened and read them. You can’t use “I’ve been hunting” as an excuse you can’t just ignore previous clients once they have hunted with you. I also have hunting clients and go out my way to answer any questions or deal with them promptly. I get countries have policy and there is an element of waiting for export documentation It’s the nature of the business but simple correspondence and updates go a long way. You ignored me for months which is unacceptable for an outfitter.
What exactly is the problem sending money to Belarus or recieving it from the UK?
I don't believe there is any issues from the UK side of things, certainly the gov.uk website doesn't flag up any issues outside of the usual things to expect.
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