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  1. Thats not a problem i will SAR whoever i need to. This more principal than money, in 2007 i exercised my rights and they have all ignored me ever since...untill now
  2. Am i allowed to submit an SAR to the original creditor after my acknowledgement of service but before the final defence submission date? Im asking this because i know that once the defence is submitted i cannot go back and add to it, but what happens if i dont get the information required in time for the defence submission date, can i request it to be stayed?
  3. I have had nothing from RBS, Shoosmiths or Arrow Global to back up that Arrow Global have:- 1. the right to issue a claim 2. that there is actually a valid credit agreement in place that can be enforced, and if there is they have not issued a default notice which needs to come before enforcement I will write to all of them asking for information, they will need to provide what they have at some point for the purposes of the court bundle. If they dont respond or provide the information i guess it will either get stayed or i see them in court
  4. Exactly, thats why im trying to establish who i am supposed write to to get the back up to AG's claim.
  5. Ok that now makes sense, RBS should be able to provide everything to back up this Arrow Global claim including Arrow Globals Notice of Assignment? after all unless AG can prove they own this debt they have no grounds on which to bring this claim. I note your comment about the Credit Agreement, this was requested back in 2007 but never supplied, however, i have been told that the SAR should contain a copy of the credit agreement also. For under the CCA 1974 certain information is allowed to be removed but under a Data Protection Request it is not, it has to be the full, true copy
  6. If AG are the owners of this debt and they are the claimants are they not responsible for providing the evidence to back up their claim?
  7. Thank you i realise now that i sent it to the wrong company, however, in the meantime how do i get Arrow Global to provide copies of the documents that they alledge to have already issued. Will this come as a result of the SAR that i will now send to RBS or are AG responsible for sending copies of thier own paperwork?
  8. Thank you. So im assuming an SAR to RBS wont help as its Arrow Global who are suing me and i need to get them to prove the particulars of thier claim, if i cant SAR them and they have ignored previous requests how do i go about getting this is alledged paperwork to defend my claim? Thanks
  9. RBS are the original creditor, but Arrow Global are the Claimant they have insisted that they have purchased this alleged and debt and issued a NOA and have a right to sue me., however, I have not recevied any formal documents from AG or Shoosmiths apart from the CC claim hence why i sent them SAR. I cannot properly defend this claim unless i have all the historical information. Should i SAR all three of them, RBS, Shoosmiths and AG?
  10. Arrow Global will happily accept a payment from me via Shoosmiths but they wont accept a £10.00 PO?? I havent paid them anything thats just an argument!
  11. I could do with a bit of advice..... An old 2007 disputed debt has reared its ugly head. Shoosmiths are the Sols acting on behalf of Arrow Global, Arrow Global have 'alledgely' purchased this debt and sent notice of assignemnt albeit no documents ever recevied. To go into the history of this will take an age....so briefly, on 15.9.11 i sent a full SAR request to Shoosmiths as they are the ones in correspondance with me. On the 19.5.11, through Shoomsiths, i received a CC summons, the Claimant being Arrow Global. I filed my AOS on 20.9.11 but dont intend to issue my defence just yet.
  12. Your quite right it is dodgy, thats why i have not done it, after all i did spend the money i borrowed and i believe i had a moral duty to pay it back and i'm sure a court would think the same. In hindsight if i had known then what i know now i may of acted differently, who knows.
  13. Well in that case Capquest owe my 5k, as i too had been paying a debt that didn't exist and HSBC admitted it!
  14. I doubt you can claim anything back. You have acted positively by making payments against this 'debt', you cannot now act in any way that is contrary. I believe that by paying against this 'debt' has waived your right to claim all these payments back. I say this because i know of a court case where the scenerio was the other way round, a company was protesting some invoices but then acted in a way that was contrary to its protest. i.e paid them, this alone waived thier right to dispute the invoices Someone correct me if i am wrong....
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