I am sorry that I have been with my eye "off the ball" for too long but now I am back.
I cannot see anything in the letters from the solicitors acting for me that could be described as an acknowledgenment of a debt.
I have still not sent a staute barred letter but have printed ne out this evening.
Since our last communication I have now received yet another letter from Marlin,
this time from Marlin Financial Services
"this debt has been passed to us to recover etc"
the previous letters were all from Marlin Capital Europe Limited
- so it looks as if the action now starts for real.
I hate to think of how much interest I would have to pay if I went to court and lost
- doesn't bear thinking about
- even tho the CCA appears to be a re-constituted one
the solicitors have advised that the judge is more than likely to find for the claimant.
I think that the Staute bared letter cannot do too much harm in the immediate future
- at least Marlin may come back and say why they don't agree.
In the meantime I am fielding regular phone calls from them.
Have you an opinion for me to digest ?