Good news for lifetime subscribers who would like to try claiming against TiVo (UK) Ltd for loss of service: TiVo (UK) Ltd is still a fully functioning legal entity in the UK and therefore, for a very small sum of money and with very little effort, you CAN make a claim against the company if you feel this is justified. I wanted to get this news out while there are still some UK users following this forum. If anyone interested in making a claim would like to say so here or PM me, perhaps we can stay in touch and compare notes even after June 1. I would like to thank steveroe for posting Tivo UK's address on a previous thread. The address is: TIVO (UK) LIMITED 5 NEW STREET SQUARE LONDON EC4A 3TW I've established that this is still the company's legal, corporate address. Its communications are actually handled by a firm of lawyers at the same address but I have spoken to them and they confirm that TiVo UK is still fully functioning and that all communications with the company should be sent to that address. You can easily make a claim against TiVo (UK) Ltd by going to the Money Claim Online website, part of Her Majesty's Courts Service, and filling in an online form. The website is here: https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/web/mcol/welcome It costs £25 to make the claim and you automatically get your money back from the defendant if your claim succeeds. I haven't yet claimed against TiVo (UK) because like most people I had assumed this company was defunct. Instead I wrote a letter to TiVo Inc in the US which was completely ignored and after that I decided to try claiming against BSkyB as a first step. The hearing hasn't yet taken place but in the meantime BSkyB has entered a defence in which it states that basically my contractual relationship was with TiVo, not BSkyB, and that BSkyB therefore can't be held liable. It says it is "highly unlikely" that it ever had a telephone conversation with me in which it took a card payment of £199 for a lifetime subscription "since a subscription of the type described by the Claimant could not be purchased directly from the Defendant in relation to non-Sky products." Can anyone say whether this is true or not? Does anyone have any recollection of whether their lifetime subscription was paid to BSkyB or to TiVo? Now that I know TiVo (UK) Ltd is actually still operating I'm inclined to drop my claim against BSkyB and make a new claim against TiVo (UK) Ltd which would obviously have a far greater chance of success but I want to make sure BSkyB has got its facts right before making the switch.