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  1. Yep, I sent them a letter as advised and within 2 days I had a grovelling apology from a managerial type which said that it was a clerical error and the person responsible had been reprimanded. I didn't believe that, but I have heard nothing since. Thanks for all your help guys
  2. Hi, There was a letter on my doormat this morning from Rockwell... Stating that despite their previous correspondance my account remains unpaid. "The debt must be paid in full within 7 days. Failure to respond to this notice within the specified time will leave us with no alternative but to consider the options available to us which include: 1. A Debt Collector may visit your home 2. A Court Judgement / decree may be requested 3. Any court costs will be aded to your debt I sent them a Statute Barred letter a month ago, they replied to tell me that their file was now cl
  3. Hi They wrote to me yesterday and said that they were no longer dealing with this matter and that their files have now been closed. Is that the end?
  4. They wrote to me yesterday, saying that they were no longer dealing with this matter and that their files have now been closed. Is that the end?
  5. ah, I follow you. Well, they would have sent me the letter before they received my Statute Barred letter as I posted that the same day that I received this demand for payment. Which is why I am stunned, I received the demand letter the day after I received their notification that they had taken over the debt. So if I receive any more demands for payment after what can be reasonably assumed is sufficent time for them to receive my registered post SB letter (i.e. today) then the above will apply?
  6. No, it wasn't a statutory demand, it was just a letter stating the ways I could pay and that I needed to make a payment within 7 days. Lots of red lettering. And I've just shredded the thing.... I'm really worried about my partner finding this kind of thing
  7. I'm stunned. The original letter said to contact them by January 31st. When I got home from work on January 30th there was a demand on my doormat, full of big red letters saying that if I didn't remit the full balance within 7 days then they would take immediate action. Is this normal?
  8. Sent the letter this evening - thanks once again. I'll let you know how I get on.
  9. What if they say that egg have written to me at any of my previous addresses? Will the SB still be vaild? Thank you
  10. Sorry to be obvious... but I'm guessing I recorded delivery the SB letter as well, right?
  11. Wow, OK, I'm seriously impressed with this forum - THANK YOU. I'm stressing a little less now... What happens once I've sent the SB letter?
  12. I'll do that right now Thank you edit: quick question... do I put egg or Rockwell here? "I have recieved no communications from ***************bin regard of this alleged debt. Under the OFT debt collection unfair practice guidelines whilst this debt is in dispute you must cease all collection activity, faliure to do so will result in this matter being notified to the OFT and may constitute harassment contrary to section 40 (1) of the Administration of Justice Act 1970." Also, what can I expect to happen next?
  13. Hi, I'm new here thanks to a google search for Rockwell Debt Collection Agency. Thanks for a very informative read First, some background... Wne I was 20 (10 years ago) I was living hand to mouth without any real idea about responsibility. I took out an egg loan, and very promptly defaulted, and then rather than deal with the situation I buried my head in the sand and stopped paying altogether. I moved around a lot in my 20's, and as such I hadn't heard anything from egg since around 2001 / 2002 and I completely forgot about the debt / convinced myself it didn't exist. Yes
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