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  1. 1) by an agreement in writing and regulated by the consumer credit act 1974, the claimants issued to the defendent a credit-token, lloyds bank gold card, for the purpose of the defendent acquiring goods and services on credit. 2) clause 7 of the agreement provided that the claimants would furnish the defendent with a monthly statement showing a balance currently due, the minimum payment to be made and the date for payment. if the balance was not paid then provided the defendent made the minimum payment on or before such date, the remainder of the balance should remain outstanding and the def
  2. sorry whats a poc and an aos? the card is old , I haven't used it for years, was just paying it off. I missed 1 payment, but didn't receive a default notice. I can't scan anything I'm afraid as i don't have the means. I received a letter from them on sat saying they have requested the court enter a judgement against me and have enclosed a standing order form, which is mad because I have reinstated the standing order in September so they have still been receiving payments. should I write again about the cca? strangely I have heard nothing yet from the court I sent the cca requsets on the 29/0
  3. hi I posted here a few weeks ago because I had received a court claim form for lloyds tsb cc. I had missed a payment, the 1st in a year as I changed my bank account. I don't know if I have done any of this right but here goes. I filled out the form filed a defence to say I missed the payment because we had changed bank accounts but ii is now set up again please don't ccj me as will seriously affect my employment prospects. also asked lloyds solicitors for mercy, but they refused . also requested cca's from lloyds and solicitors, including £1 postal order but heard nothing back yet and I sent t
  4. when I claim back credit card charges do I work out the interset on these charges and claim that back as well, or is it just the charges i claim back?
  5. i'm just so naive with all this , and these people do have the ability to scare the life out of you!
  6. ha ha! he has now come back to me saying that his clients are prepared to accept £xxx to settle the full balance first payment starting the 24th nov. does anyone thionk this has been a bluff as I do not think the sd was served correctly and maybe they are trying to frighten me. even so I cannot afford the sum he is stating. do you think I should phone the company the debt is with and see if I can't negotiste something better with them?
  7. I have today emailed the solicitors dealing with this to tell them I had paid another £100 and would continue to do so until I could pay more. I offered my house as security if it would make their clients feel better . I received a email back saying I had been issued with an sd and would be made bankrupt in 21 days if i did not pay this amount. I replied that I had not recived any correspondance from them other than these emails, and asked for their clients no. to try to negotiate a settlement or at least a payment plan. he has now sent me via email a copy of the sd. what do I do now? I cann
  8. I have a similar situation with lloyds tsb credit card. I was paying £50 a month missed august and they sent me a claim form. I requested a CCA from Lloyds and their solicitors but as yet haven't received anything. I have also asked them nicely not to pursue this as I have set standing order up again and a CCJ would seriously affect my job prospects, but they have said they are persuing it but if they can't produce a CCA how can they? what shall i do now?
  9. yes it is more than £750. It's £4k with interest they are adding £6k what would you be inclined to do in this situation? as I said earlier I can offer to secure it against my house, would you advise this? I obviously cannot be made bankrupt, I work in banking as a contractor and would never get another job, apart from anything else.
  10. i received a letter from them telling me if I didn't pay up they would issue a SD. what grounds could i have for setting this aside, and what actually does that mean?
  11. i'm confused I don't know what to do 1)the sd was put through the letter box with no prior warning (i thought they had to arrange to meet you?) how do they know that I actually got it, its dated the 13/10 but i didn't receive till 23/10 so what date do i take the 18 days from? 2)i'm not disputing the debt. I have been paying £100 a month, so can I still ask for a cca even though its for stock for a shop and i have been paying it? 3)I would be willing to secure the debt against my house if it would mean that they wouldn't make me bankrupt but i think interest of £2k on a £4k debt is a bit
  12. as this is a debt for stock for a retail business would it be covered by CCA though? and in paying £100 a month i think i may have already admitted to the debt. what would happen if i ignored this SD?
  13. hi jenjuly82 I am in the same position as you right now. i started a thread on this forum last week as I too do not know what to do. I was under the impression though that for an sd to be enforceable it had to be actually handed to you not just posted through the letter box?
  14. it says it is a sd under section 268 (1)of the insolvency act1986. debt for liquidated sum payable immdediately. it basically says I should apply to have it set aside within 18 days from its service on you (it appeared thru my letter box no stamp last thurs 23rd although its dated 13th) it says if i don't apply to have it set aside or deal with it as set out in the notes within 21 days i could be made bankrupt. then it basically says that the creditor demands i pay the sum or secure it or compound for it to the creditors satisfaction. however, was this actually "served on me" if it
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