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  1. OK I'm kinda stuck now. Does anyone know when Rory will be back?
  2. anyone? expecting these idiots to send another letter any day now...
  3. The thing is, at my last year of uni I never completed it and left in feb/march I think it was. I know they unregistered me around feb/march of my last year so that was a good 2 months before the end of the uni year. It's just so long ago that I can't remember a lot of things. But I do know when they had unregistered me from uni. Should I write back to TNC?
  4. Any suggestions as to what I should do now? I appreciate the help.
  5. It looks like the statement is from the university with various debits, credits and balances over the years that I was at university. It seems the money owed is for accommodation fees for one year and tuition fees for another. I wasn't aware of this at the time and it's taken more than 3 years for it to come to this... Interesting you should mention Portland Sloane as one of the letters I received from TNC stated that they had passed this on to Sloane Portland.
  6. A letter arrived today at my old address in N Ireland. In it is a compliments slip and a statement of account. On the statement there are 17 different dates with debits, credits and balances. It then shows the outstanding total as £1032 On the compliments slip it says to make all payments out to TNC blah blah. Peace and quiet for almost 2 months and this just had to spoil it! Any suggestions as to what I should do next? I really would appreciate help!
  7. Well, a letter arrived today at my old address in N Ireland. In it is a compliments slip and a statement of account. On the statement there are 17 different dates with debits, credits and balances. It then shows the outstanding total as £1032 On the compliments slip it says to make all payments out to TNC blah blah. Peace and quiet for almost 2 months and this just had to spoil it!
  8. Hi missy, I'm quite sure that when I registered for university, I put my address in N. Ireland as my home address. This address is where I lived with my mum for over 15 years. I have replied to the last letter they sent which was the letter saying that I should keep hold of any receipts that I pay to them and that field agents would be visiting that address in N Ireland where my mum is. The reply I sent was the one that Rory kindly provided in this thread and I put my address as my address here in Dundee. I haven't heard anything since and that was almost about 4 weeks ago that I sen
  9. Cheers Rory, I'm waiting for their response to that letter I sent on friday evening. I'll post the contents as soon as I receive the letter.
  10. I sent that letter off recorded delivery on friday. My mum called me from back in N. Ireland to say that another letter had arrived. Here's what it says... "As you are aware, your above account remains unpaid despite our correspondence. This letter is to inform you that the account is now being transferred to our field collectors prior to possible litigation. An agent will call at your address to arrange payment. For security reasons, the agent will carry company ID which you should ask to see. You must also retain all receipts issued when payments are made. The only way to
  11. Thanks rory, you're very helpful! I'm going to send that letter off tomorrow and will keep you posted on developments.
  12. Hi Conniff. I'm going to type the letter up tomorrow at work and send it off. I should send the letter as recorded delivery right? I just find it quite intimidating and totally uncalled for that I get a letter out of the blue, 3 years after leaving university saying that if I don't pay over £1000 back or contact TNC within 7 days then court proceedings and such may occur. I'm glad I found this site as there seems to be quite knowledgeable people like yourself who can help me with a matter like this.
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