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  1. Hi All, Sent off CPR as advised and there response is below:- Dear Sir We have infact complied with PAP in line with the court rules however your request for sight of original signed documents on a debt of this age is clearly unrealistic. My client actively reminded you of the debt and indeed you admit receiving reminders for payment which you ignored. Had your request been made sooner my client may have been able to accommodate you. ( made a couple of request for the info several years ago but recieved no reponse so i just continued to ign
  2. Hi, No Claim (N1) just a threat too. I've requested proof that i owe,which i believe i don't,so we'll have to wait and see what they do.
  3. Hi, After some advice please. A supplier claims i owe a few hundred pounds from 4/5 years ago. I believe i paid all invoice's upto date when the business ceased trading. Have recently requested detailed breakdown of what they are claiming monies for but their hired solicitor has sent a letter saying bit late in the day to request these documents and unless i pay up forthwith they are going to court. forgot to mention they sent regulary monthly demands and despite me requesting detailed breakdown of what they were claiming for a couple of times over 4/5 years and ne
  4. Hi, As you have previously stated ,you have no idea what the debt is, how much or who the OC is. If you SAR them (Arrow) the CCA should be included in the request ....if they have it!! As DX says though if you can give more details on the debt then the appropriate help can be given.
  5. Hi, Arrow would have purchased the debt for pennies in the pound and will now chase you for the whole amount,that's how they make their money. Send a SAR to Arrow (£10) recorded delivery and see what comes back. They have 40 days from receipt to supply you with the info. When it comes back it should contain all the info you will need to take the next steps.
  6. Hi Slick, No they haven't acknowledged its SB. I have all the paperwork so just waiting for them at sometime usually around Sept to send a begging letter for payment then i can advise them of it's status:lol:. They have been unable to provide any agreement at all.
  7. Hi Caggers, After many DCA's and many years of letter ping pong requesting the CCA this eventually ended up with the Leeds Losers,well they have lost again as this is now SB. Twoman's other half 1(£15,000) Leeds Losers 0.
  8. Ren, Just picking up on your comment above, So if there are no defaults showing on you file how can they see historic events?
  9. SPGM, I would phone your local court Monday, they will advise you of the bailiffs fee to be paid etc and then you can instruct the court bailiffs to proceed. Give them as much info as possible ie, if he has a car (van would not be included because its a work tool), televisions, ps4 / xbox and anything else as they will use this as leverage to obtain your monies back, tell them your are not prepared to accept weekly payments and see where it goes...you might have to at the end of the day if he has nothing, they will take his goods and sell them..
  10. SPGM, My circumstances were similar to yours albeit reversed. After i got judgement i paid i think £100 to the court bailiff who executed the judgement and i got my money which included all my costs. This action took time though as the defendant offered a £1 per week which i refused and insisted they recover the whole amount which they eventually did but it took about 4 months because he kept objecting and gave me and the courts the run around a bit,but i stuck at it and was patient and got what i wanted and he got a ccj registered for 6 years:violin:.
  11. Hi SPGM, Have you instructed the court baliff to recover your money?
  12. Another one bites the the dust http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/18046/online-news/moriarty-law-acquires-assets-of-hl-legal
  13. These companies really do like to blow their own trumpets. They are so far up their own backsides they are in real danger of turning themselves inside out. Perhaps Uncle Bryan will now retire
  14. Is this the end for Uncle Bryan?:whoo: http://www.credittoday.co.uk/article/18038/online-news/lowell-solicitors-launch-marks-new-era-for-the-group
  15. Hi Hananshah, Restons are ruthless, They record all calls and use this as evidence against you,they will use anything they can to get a ccj and lessmoney is correct they don't negotiate they tell you one thing and do another.
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