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  1. Trading standards will be contacting me within the next 2 days so i will keep posted. I phoned the OFT about 5.30pm last night cos i was in pieces. (i never realised til later on when i re-read the 2 letters i have from LINK that they'd used the £1.00 so never got chance to mention that to him) also as i'm "a harrassed mum" i added up the years wrong (at first) and thought aug 2000 was only 5 years ago duh! of course its more than 6, so my main points with OFT and trading standards are gonna be; pursuing me when its clearly statute barred (in fact the OFT told me that as i'm in scotland
  2. Exactly! i managed to get out of them that the £1.00 was the fee and the £4.00 was 'their charge' i thought it was a delaying tactic, so i sent it, i did had a bad feeling about it so halfway down the letter i put in CAPS "NOTE, this £4.00 enclosed is for the charge/fee of getting a true copy of the CCA as stated by Mark on the phone today IT IS NOT a payment towards this disputed debt" so i dont think with it spelled out like that that they would take it, saying that I do think Link Financial would throw their own granny's to lions to get me to pay this!!! we'll see.
  3. doh! heres the links http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collectors-debt-collection/66412-im-being-harrassed-how.html http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collectors-debt-collection/66382-received-letter-re-cca.html sorry
  4. sorry for multiple postings, the other threads i've done today are at the bottome of this page (if i've done it right) just reread the silly letter i received today about not giving me the CCA etc and noticed the amount i owe them is now £1.00 less (i was scared they might do something sneaky like this!) i used the template from the forum to request the CCA and it quite clearly stated the £1.00 fee is for the CCA payable under the consumer credit act. I'm sooooo mad. they had also asked for a further £4.00 which i sent and i made that clear too it was just the fee for the CCA not payment as i
  5. also why do you think they were asking me to send my ID to them? (thats what they asked first) they said to proceed with the CCA request i had to send them some ID? anyone heard of this at all? do they really think folk would do that? i might be a bit dizzy but i'm not as green as i'm cabbage looking!!!!
  6. thanks, i've calmed down a little now (i've never in my life been shouted at like that by a company) i'm really surprised at them!
  7. soz, this is rushed, off to do the school run in a mo posted a little earlier, anyway just had a very harrasing call from LINK (real) or rio i think he was called. i sent them a letter which they recieved by rec del and i clearly stated on it not to phone me ever again (i took it off the template here) as i didn;t acknowledge debt, been over 6 years! so its statute barred anyway, but i got confused over dates so i sent in my money for CCA, the reason they phoned was they wanted me to send in to them LINK, some id before they'd give me a CCA, i calmly explained that its been over 6 year
  8. ta for that, they only contacted me only 2 weeks ago and i told them on the phone and in writing they i did NOT acknowledge the debt at all!
  9. thanks for your help (as always) so you think i should just not correspond at all? i was thinking of sending them the Statute Barred letter along with a demand for my fiver back!
  10. OMG, why do i feel like a total moron! of course it is!!! doh, i was thinking it was only 6 years in aug 2007! i'm kicking myself now, ha ha, bet i know who will be kicking themselves!!! ho ho ho.
  11. ok, briefly; sent £1.00 to link for CCA, they phoned (on 14th) to tell me they needed £5.00, so i've since sent the extra £4.00, now i have received letter from them (dated 14th) and this is what it says; YOUR REQUEST FOR INFORMATION Sections 77 and 78 of the consumer credit act 1974 These sections do not apply to your account. This is because Sections 77 and 78 only apply to "matters arising during the currency of...agreements". Since the agreement relating to your account has been terminated (for non-payment) the agreement is no longer "current". YEP, thats it word f
  12. great thanks for that, i did ask him if the call was being recorded and he said all calls were (i was surprised cos not often you get them shouting, aggressive now etc) unless he was lying, the 6 years will be up in aug but i'm worried that they will start adding stuff on etc. i mean i cant prove that i dont owe it, but they said they can prove i can simply by it being on my credit file? hopefully getting a copy of that today as i think its time to update it and get all the defaults removed from years ago!
  13. can they put another default on it? so if i get a copy of my credit file and they have put another default on it what should i do next? phew i'm still shaking, also when i originally phoned (never did 141 first but i told them i'd phone back and refused to give them my number telling them i didn;t want them to phone me! doh! they've phoned, obviously my number came up. tut)
  14. last week out of the blue i recieved a letter from link saying i owed £344.00 (roughly) i instantly phoned them to see what this was about and apparantly it was for an old credit card debt with bank of scotland. Now i do remeber that and i paid about £700.00 to them and i'm pretty sure they said they'd write the rest of the amount off, anyway long time ago, cant be sure, so Link said the last payment i made was in aug 2000, and i've never heard anything about this for 5 years and now i get this letter. so the other day i sent them £1.00 and a letter asking for a copy credit agreement. (rec del
  15. phew, i emailed heaps of places in aberdeen last night and luckily scott and co (messengers in arms etc) have replied first thing this morning and said they'll do it. i have to post it down to them in aberdeen and send a cheque for just under £16.00 (not bad). before i received this email i spoke to the sheriff clerk about difficulty in getting a solicitor etc, i mentioned that maybe i should have gone for 2 small claims instead (people seem to break down their claims in blocks of £750) but he said that cant be done? i'm sure i've seen other posts about it. so it looks like its back on track,
  16. way to go! been thinking about you all day, i also didn't realise about this 'terms and conditions' thing, hopefully someone can give us more info on that. i hope you are really proud of yourself, you did really well, good luck and go have a drink right now:)
  17. Hi everyone, can i write to companies for a copy of the original agreement if i have paid off the debt. For example, there are 2 credit cards who i owe £0.00 to but had difficulty paying off. Can I request to get a copy of the original signed agreements and if they fail to comply, can I get them to repay the money that I paid to them?? Thanks for your help.
  18. Hi there, good luck in court and I hope it all works out. Let us know how you get on.
  19. handed in my summary cause yesterday (tue) and paid for it, received it back from the court today stamped and signed but am having trouble getting it served:eek: reason is there are no sheriff officers in shetland so have to get a solicitor to do it, traipsed around all the solicitors today and nobody can do it (reasons vary from too busy to we dont do that here) i think in other words small island community too scared to get involved:confused: am trying sheriff officers in aberdeen and inverness to see if they can do it and how much it'll be. needs to be served before next fri. if anyone ha
  20. thanks heavens! someone else who's going down the summary cause route, me and partner been trying to sort this out and gave my local sheriff court my summary cause and £39.00 today! i came to look on this site then noticed everyone else is splitting theirs! i never realised there was more of a risk:o too late now anyway. i really cant see that there will be any difference, has a bank been to court yet? i dont think so. anyway i do know i'm the first one to do this in my town, so i'll be back on this thread to keep you all posted. i have to now wait for court to send me the docs (they said th
  21. Thank you for replying, it just gets so nerve racking once they've refused and the court action makes it seem so official. Thats probably because it is official haha. Thanks again
  22. Hi everyone, just a quick question. Im chasing over £1000 from lloyds tsb. I sent the first letter and received a standard response, then sent the Letter before action and received another pretty standard response and had no partial offers from them. I am about to hand in the summary cause summons (Scotland) to the courts but I wanted to know if anyone here has actually had to go into court or do the banks always settle before it gets to that stage? Please reply cos I am putting the court document in tomorrow. Thank you All.
  23. thanks for that, i'll phone em today, just takes so long to get through, always at least 15/20 mins i'm sure they do it on purpose! i'll report back with their info. ta for quick response
  24. so sorry for barging in this forum, have had something posted in general but no replies and am getting stressed. i'll try an be very brief, DCA called scott and co, claiming council tax, i've been paying it back and forth when i can, when i've been working etc, is a joint debt but as the ex has moved to englad scott and co say they cant enforce their scottish law on him! nice eh, i'm thinking of moving! anyway, they did an earnings arrestment, which suited me actually as i never noticed i was paying it, but as my work is seasonal if stops for a few months every year, so it stopped in jan, so t
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