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  1. This topic was closed on 03/08/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/08/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. Smashing, that's exactly what I wanted to hear. I'll get on to them sharpish. Sorry for the late reply btw, life has bitten me in the backside. Well, half that and half I simply forgot/didn't have time. Anyway, this is starting to go on about PPI, not retarded companies trying to screw money out of people via dodgy ways - I'll make a new thread in the approriate Forum for my PPI Claim. Cheers!
  4. Hi citizenB, They replied to the letter with some crap about knowing all about the statute barred stuff and bla bla bla, but that they will hand the account back to whoever gave it to them. I'd call that a success, tbh. For now anyway, let's see what whoever gave them it do... If I throw a SAR request to HSBC, will that cause any problems with the Statue Barred thing, or am I still okay to chase them regarding PPI even though it's SB? Cheers.
  5. Cheers citizenB, I'll get them off in the post now to them using Recorded Delivery. [EDIT] Unsure if I signed up for PPI on the Loan - is there a way I can find out if I did? If I did, should I try to claim it, or tell Clarity to shove off and forget about it? Cheers [/EDIT]
  6. Yonks ago, I'm 99.99% certain it's over 6 years ago.
  7. Hi guys, I took out a loan & Credit Card with HSBC years ago. More than 6 years ago, deffo. Now it appears HSBC have joined the two together into a single debt (£2,458.14) and appear to have sold the debt to "Clarity Credit Management", who are now sending me letters demanding I pay up. The funny thing is, the debt doesn't even show on my Credit Report on Experian. How on earth can they chase for a debt that's not even on my record anymore?! Can I fight this, or do I have to pay it? Cheers.
  8. Done. Any Mods about that could move this to NatWest Successes Forum Please?
  9. Won!! Payment today of £2,192 into my Account! Thanks to everyone in this Thread for all the help you've given me. I think it's time to snap at HSBC's legs now... * ssmmdd = mega chuffed XD
  10. Cheers guys. Sent by recorded delivery yesterday (Thursday). I wonder how long it'll take them to Credit my Account... I think I need to change my Siggy.
  11. From what I am made aware of via reading on this site, Claim again the same way you did last time. Calculate how much they've taken from Statements, send in the request form, and so on. Good luck for Round 2.
  12. I got the following letter back from Mr. Higley: I'll send him it ticked and signed, but include a little note to say that it's not a 'final' agreement and that, as stated in my previous letter, if the charges continue another claim will be applied for and if they close or limit my Account I will complain to the FSA/OFT. Sound ok to you guys?
  13. Cheers hedgey. How does this look for a letter back to Mr. Higley:
  14. By the way it's been typed, I'm not sure if I'll be allowed to 're-slap' them for future Charge, so I have typed (ok I got lazy and OCR Scanned it ) the full letter below: Notes: #1 - They spelt my bloody name wrong, again! #2 - So if I accepted the offer, could I sting them again if they charge me in the future? Also, on the acceptance letter which I'm supposed to sign and return, they put this: Pardon ??
  15. Well well well... Stuart Higley has replied to me, and offered me "£2,192.00 paid directly to your account" which is the amount I put on my first letter to them. (Second amount is when they added a couple more charges on while the dispute was ongoing) I'm not so fond of copying a page and a half of letter onto here, but if you would rather I did, say so and I'll do so. Or be a lazy sod and use OCR. The question is, what do I do?
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