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  1. Just a shonky photocopy from the original OC - nowhere near what I had asked for. Yep, as always. As I mention, I think I'll be asking for full disclosure with regards to a possible court case, I'll have a good chance I think. I will be moving to eliminate this alleged debt, not settlement.
  2. Ah it should be ok now. As I said, this one is with egg and it's old. I think I will be practicing my litigation skills against them
  3. THIS IS NOT ADVICE! In fact, I COULD DO WITH ADVICE ------ I have a disputed account with iQor who handed over to Wescot. I sent their pseudo-solicitors a nice but firm letter suggesting that they weren't allowed to do this. I received this back from Wescot (not the Solicitors): Dear AzziDePazzi, A/C:XXXXXXXXXXX Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding the above account. We acknowledge the contents of your letter, however, to enable ourselves to investigate your query further we request that you provide full details of your dispute in writing in or
  4. THIS IS NOT ADVICE! In fact, I COULD DO WITH ADVICE ------ I have a disputed account with iQor who handed over to Wescot. I sent them and their pseudo-solicitors a nice but firm letter suggestion that they weren't allowed to do this. I received this back from Wescot (not the Solicitors): Dear AzziDePazzi, A/C:XXXXXXXXXXX Thank you for your recent correspondence regarding the above account. We acknowledge the contents of your letter, however, to enable ourselves to investigate your query further we request that you provide full details of your dispute in writ
  5. Ok, simply put. OC, passed on alleged debt to DCA. DCA couldn't perform CCA request, so disputed account is in default. I followed through and requested Data removal etc. I'm pretty sure the DCA wants nothing to do with me now =D OC has now sent me an Arrears notice. Questions: 1) Do I write to OC to inform them CCA responsibility is still on DCA? Or, 2 a) Do I make a new CCA request to OC to ask for all infos? 2 b) What are my/OC's rights if they don't deliver on time? What are they allowed to do after the time has elapsed? OC is egg pre 2005, so I should be
  6. I don't think so, if I had to push for an answer. I was just a bit startled to start see a statement instead of the CCA information. I think as there was a process being undertaken with idiot-DCA, it's still on their shoulders even though the OC seemed to perk their head up before the account was in default. I'm interested in knowing the DCA's rights during the statutory period they have to reply.
  7. Well, I'm just a bit stumped as to what to do. I have treated it as the burden is on Moorcroft to put forward my requested documents. I have notified them the account is in default today and we'll see what happens.
  8. Interesting, I recently put out a CCA request to the idiots at Moorcroft and they have passed back to the alleged OC who seems to be sending me statements. Like I am a current customer or something!! What the hell is all that about? Are the Moorcroft idiots allowed to even do that during a CCA request?
  9. Thanks for the snappy reply Would a person be entitled to ignore all correspondence from the OC, or would they be obliged to inform them the alleged account is in dispute already. I assume OC has no rights at this point? Sorry, your answer raised more questions Thanks again.
  10. Does a DCA have a right to pass back onto the original creditor once the account is in dispute? Is a person still entitled to go through the CCA request process to them? Thanks
  11. Seems like there's no reason that can't be outlined when at the Account in Default notification stage. I will try this on the first of June.
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