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About dieselwoof

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  1. I have reported them to the OFT but this was before I received this letter, I'm now going to get a letter off to TS in Manchester as it is the local office for Robway. Is it worth getting a followup letter off to the OFT?
  2. This just seems to go on and on, so here goes..... Robway got in touch about a debt from years back that I hadn't heard anything about for quite some time. Quick call to National Debtline and they advised Statute Barred letter which I duly sent. Letters have still been sent, Robway claim that as I COULDN'T prove the debt was barred it was still valid, again quick call to ND and they advised. I have also recently sent a letter to OFT with all letters sent and received and I'm preparing a letter for Trading Standards in Manchester as its the local office. Anyway, now I have
  3. Thanks for the advice, it backs up what I thought.
  4. Need to just confirm this with all the knowledge heads here I few months back when all the banking stuff kicked off, my brother received a letter from Muck Hall about a balance owed to a Barclays account, the letter had my name on it but his address. My Brother lives in the house that was my Mum's and I did stay there for a few short months after a seperation but moved out to my own place. I did have a Barclays bank account but the letter advised the balance owing was £6k which I can't remember anything about. Barclays also knew the addresses I was at as I always updated them so I
  5. Sound to me like Poor Auld Carter has resigned this to the 'too hard basket' and left it alone. One word of caution though.... If you ever contact one of these DCA's for a completely seperate matter be careful. I called one for a debt that I have almost cleared (to confirm balance) and the operator exact words to me were.... "Sorry to rain on your day, but I see there is a balance o/s to bla bla for the balance of XX.XX. What are your posposals for repayment?" I immediately stopped the advisor and told him I would not acknowledge that debt and as he told me it was due fro
  6. Thanks guys for your help, much appreciated. I'm off to do some 'finger punching' and get a letter out. I have already sent a complaint to OFT. Will follow up with TS & CPUT. Thanks again,
  7. Can anyone provide a link or draft a letter to a DCA that is still sending out letters after I issued Statute Barred letter? I see there is a letter in the Forum Library but it covers English law. Any link or draft would be much appreciated.
  8. Got two issues so will deal one at a time..... Basically, back in 1993 I had an accident whilst serving with Army, bla, bla, bla... 2001 my injury took a turn for the worst which I'm now classed as disabled, I also seperated from my 1st wife and moved back home to Scotland, bla, bla, bla.... Back in Oct 08 I received a letter out the blue for a debt owed to Barclays that I totally forgot about. Back in 2001 the solicitor dealing with my divorce advised me to pass her ALL debt correspondence as she felt none of them would pursue, doing as i was told (see us men can do it ) I jus
  9. Apart from receiving a 'MOUNTAIN' of hassle despite advising of a Statute Barred debt, it seems MH have finally had their 'knuckles wrapped' by the OFT for the way they operate. I've had (and still have) ongoing issues with them over a debt that I informed them was Statute Barred but yet they still seem to pursue. Surfing the net for any other legislation I would throw at them I came across this article on the NDS (News Distribution Service) regarding a recent OFT investigation into MacKenzie Hall and their 'professional' attitude, read for yourself..... NDS - News Distribution Servi
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