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  1. Wrote a letter to Moorcroft basically outlining the above,

     

    Along the lines of what are you doing writing to me, my debt is with RBS/AA Loans.

     

    Also one basically saying leave the phone calls out please

     

    And got back

     

    We acknowledge there receipt of the above correspondence and have put you account on hold whilst we communicate with our client and we will let you know the outcome.

     

    Thats fine but Im wondering what the AA?RBS will say.

     

    Anyone else had a similar letter and what they got next?

  2. Fair question, Same reason everybody is disputing there debts on here I guess. The debt is squarely mine but whilst I pay IF a fix amount every month and havent deviated from it for almost a year I think I live in the hope that they wont produce my CCA and they'll disappear and forget about me.

     

    Im kidding myself I know but it doesnt hurt to try. I spent the money and whilst I could go bankrupt or do an IVA I should pay it back and 'man up' as it were....

     

    Is that what you were getting at or have I missed the point?

  3. Sorry for posting this here as its not strictly supposed to be here but the IF section is quiet and wanted a response.

     

    Have CCA'd IF for my Credit card, they responded with a Recon agreement, I sent a letter saying this wasn't acceptable and then got this back and I'm thoroughly confused as what to do next!

     

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    http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y267/durtydurtydurty/Docs/b0b1e22e.jpg

     

    Where next?

  4. Sorry to drag up an old thread, but Im having exactly the same problem, sent them a CCA which they responded to and then a account in dispute letter and have now hit a brick wall with letters the same as yours where they wont answer it without my signature. Even though I put a signature and covered it with a 'Anti tamper ' thingy they still wont have it and now Im 28 days away from default.

     

    What did you end up doing?

  5. Hi to both of you and thank you both for your input.

     

    Its nice to get some feedback, in the wilderness that is debt!

     

    Firstly I am keeping my end of the bargain up and paying what I'd said I'd pay and havent missed a payment. With the NOA Im guessing it would be quite an obvious thing and I'd know if i'd got it etc.

     

    Ill draft a letter up to both Moorcroft and RBS and see where I get.

  6. Thanks for the swift response

     

    Firstly whats an NOA?

     

    First letter was just asking for me to contact them, which I duly ignored. Then get this one and as far as Im aware Ill keep dealing with AA/RBS until they tell me otherwise!

     

    Would a bemused letter to moorcroft be constructive ( should read, shall I write moorcroft with a bemused letter just to wind them up :) )

  7. Evening all,

     

    I owe the AA best part of 9k in loan agreement I took out a few years ago, the money was obviously put up by RBS, and when I fell on hard times I contacted the AA regarding this and have an agreement with them to pay a sum of money every month that I can manage.

     

    They are happy with this etc, started getting letters from Moorcroft and got another one today basically saying we acknowledge receipt of your payment of £xx but we are now responsible for this debt so please contact us with an offer of repayment before we instruct lawyers to come and get you! etc etc.

     

    Fairly standard letter I guess, but slightly worried as heard alot of bad things about Moorcroft. A few questions,

     

    1. Do Moorcroft now own this debt and what does that mean for me?

     

    2. Do I write to Moorcroft and tell them Im dealing with the AA?RBS and no one else?

     

    Any help will be greatly received.

  8. CC from 2005. The CCA as you can see from the pictures above doesn't show any signatures or places for signatures though the online CCA is a tick box / electronic signature. In the covering letter they proclaim they aren't required to provide them. Basically the main reason I posted the thread was for folk with better understanding to offer any views and comments, I'm not disrespecting your post by the way as we are both looking for the same help.

     

    Hi,

     

    I know you're not disrespecting it! Im not that sensitive! Hopefully someone will come along with more experience that us and tell us what to do :)

  9. Right bit of an update on egg responding to my CCA request. Had a standard letter saying that they have enclosed my agreement and that I should continue to make payments yadda yadda.

     

    But the agreemtne they have sent was obviously done on-line as rather than a signature there is a box I have ticked and below it says

     

    ( This is instead of providing your signature )

     

    Almost looks like a screen print off of a PC or something.

     

    Are they allowed to have a tock box rather than a signature?

  10. First off, do NOT call them on the phone.

     

    Secondly, send the dispute letter in

     

    Thirdly, do nothing more, they cannot enforce the debt without the agreement and in it's absence they can ask you to pay, request you to pay but that doesn't mean you

    have to and if the account is placed in dispute they shouldn't be asking you for any money at all.

     

    Dispute template below, remember to edit accordingly and sign simply with a squiggle and NOT your usual signature and send recorded delivery.

     

     

    Got the same letter today regarding a debt to RBS, and have a payment plan set up with RBS.

     

    I want to call Moorcroft and tell them this,why would you advise against ringing them?

     

    Just interested.

  11. How are you getting on with this as I have a similar problem with Cap1 not being forthcoming about freezing interest, generally being douchebags and not willing to set up a payment plan without said documents to support my hardship.

     

    Id be interested to hear how youre getting on...

  12. Right, Cap one are they only company out of the four that i owe money too that aren't playing the game.

     

    They refuse to send the CCA and have sent a default notice and I had to pay £200 quid to get them to withdraw it. Basically they wont let me set up a payment plan unless I send them all sorts of stuff, bank statement and wage slips from the last few months etc.

     

    Im not prepared to do this and legally I don't have to if I remember rightly, everyone you speak to at Cap1 is in some far flung country talking off a script and basically Im at the end of my tether with them. I cant afford to keep giving them 200 quid to call off the dogs!

     

    Does anyone have a contact number for a call centre in this country or any advice as to what to do next?

  13. Got the letter today basically saying my signature is wrong and I need to send a copy of my passport or driving license bearing my signature otherwise they wouldn't send anything at all.

     

    Can I just send my signature with the anti tamper bit on it or do REALLY have to send a copy of passport or driving license?

  14. Thanks Silver fox, spoke to a chap and he told me until I send over a CCA with my correct signature on then they wont be providing me with any paperwork. I then explained that I didn't want it used to forge my paperwork and he went on to lecture me about ' we're a bank you can trust us'!! How naive I thought.

     

    I was told not to sign it properly in case they copy it onto my documents etc.

     

    Is there any way round this or do they have to have my exact signature to provide said documents?

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