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date:May 14, 2020, 2:18 PM
subject:Thaliand Claim Documents
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PGS ASA / John Francas,


I still await the legal claims and notices which were processed through PGS ASA and delivered by Duensing – Kippen. 
Through e-mail, PGS ASA has essentially endorsed the delivery of the legal claims and notifications.   


On 23 April 2020, PGS ASA / John Francas e-mailed that I was in “breach” of the 11 November 2018 compromise agreement that I signed in Thailand.  For several weeks, apparently, documents were delivered to the home of my Thai relatives.  However, I have asked several questions through e-mails from June 2018, and especially following the delivery of summons’ by e-mail in September 2018.
Why has PGS ASA refused to respond to these e-mails?  Now that I am in the USA, PGS ASA refuses to deliver claims to me.  What is PGS ASAs intention, really.  How does PGS ASA see the issues within the claims being resolved if they are never delivered and presented to the “defendant”?  


I want to resolve potential travel restrictions in or out of Thailand in the future.  I need PGS ASA to responsible respond.


Regards,

SDK