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Terence Tsang resurfaces with different name.

"Terence Jintin" AKA "Terence Tsang"

Terence Tsang is working for PSB LAW.  The former Davenport Lyons and ACS:LAW Paralegal, had gone off the radar as far as those interested and greatly affected by the dealings of Davenport Lyons and ACS:LAW were concerned.

After a brief stint at Cramer Pelmont that ended at the same time as leaked emails from ACS:LAW showed that he had continued working for them whilst at Cramer Pelmont, he seemed to have dissapeared.

The fact he has been so hard to find is that Terence Tsang has stopped using his real name and has adopted the new name of Terence Jintin (This may actually be his middle name) What is of interest is that PBS LAW it would seem have gone to great pains to conceal his identity.

On their website the actual text describing their team members is HTML text, however on Tsangs it is an actual image.  This has the effect of being invisible to both Googles and other search engines “Search Robots”.  In addition to this, in the HTML of the page “About us” there is in the header a HTML intruction <meta name=”robots” content=”noindex,nofollow” /> this instruction will stop a search engine actually indexing that page and any links from it.  In effect this makes the page invisible to normal searches and would only be seen by someone who was on the actual PSB LAW website. there is NO link to Tsang/Jintins presence on this page.  All rather strange.

To be clear Google and other search engines will search and index the total PSB LAW website EXCEPT Tsangs own page.

One has to wonder WHY Tsang has changed his name.  If what he had done at Davenport Lyons and ACS:LAW was so right and above board, then why try to hide? Of course the Courts have not found what Davenport Lyons and ACS:LAW did was right, and neither has the Solicitors Regulation Authority that has sent both Davenports Brian Miller and Dave Gore and ACS:LAWs Andrew Crossley to their Disciplinary Tribunal.

Many websites have speculated over the involvement of Terence Tsang in the “Speculative Invoicing” over the last few years.

There are many ways to hide online, doing what PSB LAW has attempted to do, may have worked, however the best way to remain anonymous online and protect your name and reputation seems to me to not upset people in the first place by exercising dubious legal methods.

The pain and anguish caused to those by what Terence Tsang was an integral part of is well documented.

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  1. Anonymous
    October 21, 2011 at 1:27 pm | #1

    Excellent work! He can run… but he can’t hide. :-)

  2. Jack
    October 21, 2011 at 1:42 pm | #2

    Terence Jintin is right at the top of Google search now. Changing names didn’t work for Leyla Mehru and it hasn’t worked for Terence Tsang.

    Nice one Hickster, I hope is gets some good coverage in the UK, it seems that PSB Law get plenty of mentions on Twitter, recently including that they’re acting for Adam Werritty and threatening the press with action for libel and invasion of privacy.

    Lets hope the press enjoy exposing PSB’s trainee solicitor’s background in the Davenport Lyons & ACS:Law speculative invoicing scam.

    Maybe Terence Tsang is the type of guy who’s just what PSB law want to employ, but then again maybe he’s not the kind of professional their customers would want them to employ and what about professional insurance ? Is he insured as Terence Tsang or Terence Jintin ? Why try to hide your real identity Terence, are you trying to hide your involvement with the speculative invoicing scam ?

    Cramer Pelmont showed Tsang the door when he was exposed there, it will be interesting to watch what PSB Law do, although it does appear they know who they were taking on as trainee.

    Perhaps former ACS:Law employees Adam Glen and Jonathan Miller will soon get exposed too.

    • October 21, 2011 at 9:20 pm | #3

      Until they apologise, I think they SHOULD be. There should be an active lookout for all those ex-employees, who shafted teh general public. A “Where are they now”… You know my email if you have any info..

  3. Bill Bixby
    October 23, 2011 at 1:21 pm | #4

    Well found Mr Sleuth :) I thought I’d only add comment to the post about Terence Tsang and Terence Jintin working as PSB Law being one and the same only to add more to the Google/Search Robot indexing of this page and hopefully provide other searchers with a the link they are looking for.

    Not to be confused with Terrance Tsang or Terrance Jintin of course ;)

  4. Jack
    October 24, 2011 at 3:27 pm | #5

    I wonder if Mr Jintin the trainee solicitor at PSB Law continued his training by attending the recent lecture by Mr Guy Tritton titled, Intellectual Property Masterclass …. “ACS:Law – how not to do it”.
    http://www.bristows.com/assets/documents/2011.10.05%20-%20CLT%20-%20IP%20Masterclass.pdf

    ACS:Law and those associated with it such as Terrence Tsang AKA Terence Jintin are viewed with both contempt and ridicule by their peers and those they tried to scam.

    • October 24, 2011 at 3:32 pm | #6

      Thats ratehr naughty, but VERY funny. Thanks for commenting. I would welcome everyone to comment on all my posts and also to “Like” if you like them, it all helps. Positives and negatives… all welcome!

  5. Mike
    April 10, 2013 at 3:57 pm | #7

    We had dealings with mr jintin at psb in late 2012. The result is a serious complaint against PSB which is with the legal ombudsman. Psb complaint handling process was very poor as they always are. During the process we discovered jintins past, now a fully qualified solicitor. Immediately our complaint was made and we let psb know about jintin , jintin left, no explanation. Psb say it was nothing to do with his past and they apparent knew nothing of it. yeah right. We have told all this time the ombudsman.

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