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    Default BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    Hi all,

    I am hoping I can get a bit of help. I recently sent the CCA letter to Mint. They have responded but I'm not sure if what they have sent me is enforceable.
    Basically I have uploaded the two main (I think) parts. The sheets were separate on one there are no dates and no page numbers to show the documents are together






    Any help would be really appreciated

    Thanks


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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    The second sheet is new, its the varied agreement, as it lists the default charges at the post April 2006 levels.... so the important document is the first sheet.

    Will see if I can get someone to take a look for you.

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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    Thank you very much Sir, I am not as up on this stuff as I would like to be.


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    The first sheet is a valid credit agreement - it has all the prescribed terms and your signature

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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    Quote Originally Posted by steven4064 View Post
    The first sheet is a valid credit agreement - it has all the prescribed terms and your signature
    Not what I wanted to hear but thanks for your help.


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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    If you are finding it hard paying the balance, or are in financial difficulty it might be worth trying to negotiate a settlement with them, or approaching someone like CCCS for advice on the situation.

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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    Quote Originally Posted by steven4064 View Post
    The first sheet is a valid credit agreement - it has all the prescribed terms and your signature
    I have been looking at this a bit more and what should I make of Section 61(a) of the consumer crediticon act which states

    “A regulated agreement is not properly executed unless-” it …”is signed in the prescribed manner both by the debtor or hirer and by or on behalf of the creditor…”


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    Default Re: BillHicksGhost vs Mint

    I know its not what you want to hear, but some courts unfortunately consider a stamp as the companies signature on the document.... though I would suggest PMing steve for confirmation on this.

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