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One.Tel tries to lay the ghost

Friday 20 April 2001 | 00:00 CET | News
THE debt recovery company, owned by One.Tel directors Jodee Rich, Bradley Keeling and Mark Silbermann is being considered for full ownership by One.Tel. The ghost company is known as International Recovery Services (IRS) and is registered as Stoner, Lee & Browning. It is currently under investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) over alleged harassment of consumers. "It may be that the company becomes a fully owned subsidiary of One.Tel," said Shanti Berggren, One.Tel's general counsel. "If the transfer of IRS were to go ahead, it would be for no consideration," she added. One.Tel also said that IRS has no bank account, no assets and no liabilities, nor does it receive any income from One.Tel or payments from any One.Tel customers.

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