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  1. Ok, so i just sit back and wait to see what emerges. Thanks for your help guys. Will let you know what happens.
  2. I have sent a CCA request but in the mean time could they just go ahead and start the process then? Do you think they will over £1600? Should i just pay it or hang fire? I don't really have the money but cuold raise it with favours from family.
  3. What is a creditors petition? Is that where they ask for a list of all my outstanding debts?
  4. To be honest i don't have reasonable grounds. Was s/employed that went pear shaped and run up some debts. What should i do?
  5. It came through the post, but we've has flooding and postal strikes so the thing didn't arrive until a few days ago. Th edate on the letter was 13th july!
  6. Not sure what to look for regarding stat demand served correctly!
  7. I live in rented and the amount they are claiming is £1600 so not a lot. I've drafted a CCA but should i be doing other stuff?
  8. Hi, I'm in the same situation with them. They sent me a letter dated 13th July and i have only just received it due to the postal strike in my local area and the flooding. If i send a CCA request today the post is still striking so it may take days to reach them. What should i do?
  9. Hi, Recently my mother passed away after a battle from cancer. Whilst going through everything my dad was looking for her life insurance documents and what he thought was life insurance turned out to be MPP and just in my dads name at that! They took a mortgage with Woolwich in 2003 which was interest only as they had an endowment which has life insurance built into it. This endowment is going to pay out as she has died however they took an additional £20k which wasn't covered hence why dad thought they had given them both life insurance to cover it. My dad has been down to see the manager and a letter was then sent to him saying that they always recommend MPP blah blah and that there was a 30 day cooling off period etc but they beleive everything to be as discussed. Where does my dad stand on this? He honestly thoought they had protected both of them for the additional borrowings in the case of death. Is it a matter of tough luck, you should of read the policy details?
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