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  1. I apologise for pestering you again, but my wife received this letter this morning from Lowells Solicitors. they are saying that the 6 years starts from the default date, not the last contact/payment date. I have tried to research this and opinions seem divided following an appeal court ruling in Jan 2019. If it transpires that the 6 years does begin from the date of default does the statute barred letter acknowledge the debt and start the clock again. Should I SAR Vanquis? If Lowells are trying it on should I report them or should I t
  2. I shouldn't have needed reminding, but thanks for the nudge honeybee
  3. Thank you speedfreek, I will start the process on Monday. Once again CAG comes up trumps.
  4. My wife currently receives PIP standard mobility. Her claim expires in 2022, but her general health, mobility and mental health has declined. Is she able to be re-assessed mid claim, and is it worth trying. Just to add, she has now reached pension age (66) Any advice would be much appreciated.
  5. The SB letter is prepared for posting tomorrow. This has taken a great weight off my mind, and I am extremely grateful.
  6. I phoned Vanquis, and eventually they were able to give me the information back to May 2013, and that was there had been no payments made. The only reason I can think of is that is when my wife had a bad stroke. I haven't told her too much as I don't want to upset and stress her. I don't know if it is relevant, but when I rang an automated voice asked for my wife's reference number. When I had given them, the voice asked for the total money owing. When I was speaking to a manager I asked how it was they were asking for money at the same time as Lowells. I got the excuse of an auto
  7. They didn't say that, just that the inormation had been passed to Lowells and to SAR them.
  8. I rang Vanquis and was told the account was so old they no longer had any payment information and was advised to contact Lowells.
  9. I have organised Lowells letters, and uploaded them below 2lowells warning-edited-merged.pdf
  10. There has definitely been nothing paid since the default notice was issued, and because of her state of health I doubt nothing before. I will follow your advice and make no contact with Lowells
  11. She received the PAP on the 8th July, I have also found some letters offering a considerable discount on the same account. I have just checked her Noddle account and the default date is 31/03/2014
  12. Hi, I am writing on behalf of my wife and I would like to explain the situation before getting too embroiled in a situation in which I could perhaps do nothing. My wife has had a number of strokes, a brain hemorrhage, has angina plus some less serious conditions.The strokes have left her partially sighted, poor mobility, problems with her speech when tired, and an increasingly poor memory.She may have the early signs of dementia but that is not confirmed.She no longer likes to mix, or talk, with strangers.She has been unable to run the house and finances for some years now.
  13. We moved house in 2008. About a year later Mackenzie Hall contacted my wife about a Studio cards debt of £127 relating to an order made from our old address in November of 2008. Although my wife had expressed an interest, and asked for a catalogue from studio Cards, she never actually bought anything, or opened an account. Seemingly, when they send catalogues out the order form is already preprinted with the name and address of the recipient. My wife explained that we had moved long before this order was made and it was not her responsibility. Mackenzie Hall want
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