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Showing content with the highest reputation on 20/09/13 in all areas

  1. 1 point
    there is a Vodaphone rep on here called Lee, he should be able to help you
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    Why not ask them to give you a breakdown for each account and see if they have listed any unlawful charges that you can claim back. We can help sort fact from fiction.
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    Confusing the default date with the start of the prescribed limitation period,or deliberately stating that this affects the limitation period is wrong!! This is becoming a frequent ploy by debt purchasers/DCAs, and can be interpreted as 'unfair and/or misleading business practice' as laid down in the OFT Guidance on Debt Collection. Unless of course this has been changed, along with the 6 years NO payment or unequivocal acknowledgment?
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    The remainder of the term is definitely changeable. By the same logic you can challenge the last few bills where you had been prevented from using your phone but still being charged for it. Lets face it, they knew at the time that they would eventually get their money, one way or another, but they permanently prevented you from using your inclusive minutes for that month. Orange haven't sent you an invoice for the remainder of the term, until then you don't owe it.
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    A yellowing dusty faded order on paper with court stamp from the correct court used at the time dating FROM the correct time frame, signed by the magistrate(s) in post then, who maybe could not sign a facsimile now as they are long dead, not one obviously cooked up in Word in the last week.
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