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  1. What was the Judgement against you? I'm assuming that HFO received judgement in their favour and they have now contacted you in order to arrange for you to start making the payments set out in the judgement. You'll have to forgive me, this isn't my area of expertise, but being able to be clear on the current situation will enable others to identify what your options are. It doesn't sound fair that judgement was reached against you at a time when you were not properly able to defend, but without knowing the process of how that occured it's difficult to advise!
  2. Thanks guys, I appreciate it. I may not yet be entirely done with them, but for now it seems that way.
  3. Subbing to this thread. I think I might end up in a similar situation with my own credit report - I'm just waiting for my login details to be sent before I can check it. Good luck Marie.
  4. Thanks Shadow, and yes please, add the tag. It is a huge relief that they have dropped the case (which they never should have litigated on in the first place), but I'll only class it as a true 'victory' when HFO are no longer operating, as I'm aware they continue to spread their brand of stress and misery, and many people are still battling them. Having dealt with them over the past 3 years, I have to say a huge thank you to the help and support of all the CAG members who've stuck with the thread, and the HFO Fan Club in particular. I'll be sticking around on the forums in the hope I
  5. It's certainly worth an update for those who've persevered with the thread! Witness Statement was written with the kind assistance of various helpful folks and the hearing went well. While the judge did not grant my order to strike out, he did set in place a number of conditions for the trial, all of which were as a result of the conduct of HFO, i.e. he was not happy with some of the copies of documents HFO were submitting, so he said that original documents must be brought and submitted to the trial; and provided a few other 'wrist slaps'. He also denied HFO's claim for me to pay their c
  6. First of all, welcome to CAG - there are plenty of people here who have gone up against HFO who can offer advice. You will definitely need to provide a bit more info and history of events before forumites can help you, though. You are right, HFO's behaviour is absolutely disgusting - one of the key things is not to let them get to you, they can be dealt with.
  7. Also, after reading through vjohn82's thread, I came upon this: HFO Capital Ireland's Consumer Credit Licence was effected on 26-Mar-2008 yet the contracts, I believe, were signed on 31-Jan-2008. HFO Capital Cayman was issued on 07-Jul-2005. So it appears that HFOC Ireland, when they were sold the accounts from HFOC Cayman in Jan 2008 had no CCA licence and no DPA licence!!! "Unlicensed trading is a criminal offence punishable by a fine, imprisonment or both. You must not trade before your licence has been granted, or carry out business activities under a category it does
  8. Been a while since I updated this thread. By way of an update: I made an application to the Court for the Claim to be struck out on the basis that HFO/TRS had never (in my 3+ years of dealing with them) provided me with a copy of the credit agreement, and that in all that time they had frequently ignored my wishes, continued to make unlawful demands for payment, and acted in a manner constituting unfair and aggressive practice under CPUTR 2008. Some time after my application, I recieved notice that my application will be heard at my Local Court - this is next week. I have been orga
  9. Hello again all. OK, TRS emailed me their response to my CPR request, and the email contained 2 attachments: 1. A badly scanned copy of an Application Form (dated 15/3/99), which they have sent me numerous times previously and which they maintain is the Credit Agreement (see note below!) 2. Copy of a letter from HFO & TRS (again, sent previously) which contains an incomplete Default Notice dated Sept 2005. Interestingly, the 'Credit Agreement' they refer to in their POC is dated 23/3/99, so they themselves are acknowledging what that they have been sending me in response to va
  10. That makes sense. I have now emailed them and asked for an explanation as to why I have not yet received the documents and some timescales as to when I can expect them. I'm still unsure about how I should fill in the N244? Thanks for your continued advice, DB, it is appreciated!
  11. Unfortunately I just didn't have chance before the 7 days expired. I know you said that I should keep them on the back foot but it's been quite demanding for me to focus on it as I also have lots of other stuff going on (I don't want my lack of action to appear as lazyness, as I generally work very hard pretty much all the time!). Is there a reason why putting the pressure on them would be beneficial for my case?
  12. OK, I have still not received the documents requested and have informed the court accordingly. I have downloaded an N244 but am not entirely sure what order I should request from the court. Could someone explain what an 'unless order' and 'strikeout' each entail and would I be right in assuming I'd need to pay the relevant court fees for these actions? (I've searched but not really found clear enough info!). What should my next steps be?
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