It is no secret that Sasha Rodoy has been targeting a specific clinic in the UK, Accuvision, that is run by a group of Asians. What has now come to light is that she is actually funded by its key competitor, Dr Sheraz Daya, and the evidence of which will be posted here in a few days.
I wrote to him for his candid reply to which I received a legal notice threatening me, Excerpts are attached below:
Subject: Claim against Accuvision [KEN-Legal.FID439****]
Sharon Laker <**********@kennedyslaw.com> wrote:
Dear Sumeet Verma
We are instructed on behalf of Mr Sheraz Daya under a reservation of rights. We are in receipt of a copy of your email of 04.07.22 and are instructed to respond on Mr Daya’s behalf.
What can be stated is that Mr Daya has never ‘coached’ any patient to go to Accuvision claiming a loss of vision nor instructed them to decline examination but to insist on seeing an ophthalmologist rather than an optometrist.
There is no ‘issue’ or ‘dispute’ with Accuvision or Mr Daryus Panthakey.
Mr Daya does know Sasha Rodoy through her work as a patient advocate . Ms Rodoy has in the past referred patients to Mr Daya who required second opinions.
Some of the statements in your correspondence could have the effect of lowering the reputation of those involved. Your threat to publish such an article(s) is seriously troubling.
Please therefore confirm in writing that you will cease and desist from further communications of this nature and will not publish any articles or materials on this basis.