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  1. I agree with ian, this is just another of their scaremongering tactics. If the agreement is unenforceable under sections 127 then a Judge cannot overule it. Unenforceable under section 78 is another matter and production ofthe correct document makes it enforceable again. What you need to do is get what they claim is the agreement and see if it fails under section 127.
  2. Red, the whole crux of your claim has always been about removing the default marker. Removal of that marker is included in your court claim as well so any offer of settlement that doesn't include removing it, is not a complete settlement. Write back to him telling him that his offer is appreciated but he has overlooked removing that default marker and your unable to accept his partial offer. Also mention that the cash portion of the claim will have to be repayed by cheque as you no longer have an account with Barclays.
  3. Fantastic news Hughes, it took a while but you got there in the end. Any idea when they are sending the cheque? Whatever you do dont tell the court its settled until that cheque is banked and cleared. I'd then simply write to whoever agreed the settlement with you and advised to claim for the balance with a prelim letter quoting them and saying you fully expect them to settle the balance immediately or will have no hesitation in submitting another court claim.
  4. Have they sent the actual credit agreement and is it in order? The late fees are clearly penalties so a counterclaim for those could be submitted. Have they explained how the collection fee is calculated? More importantly have you done an SAR yet ? If not then do one NOW and make sure you ask for everything not just statements.
  5. Unfortunately they are actually correct in this. If an account is settled and terminated then the agreement is also settled and there is no obligation to supply copies of the agreement under any sections of the act It;s unlikely that an SAR will produce a copy as it's most likely that the actual agreement has been destroyed now.
  6. d1cky, It's not easy to summarise this thread in a few words. Basically though we are slowly working through various aspects of the consumer credit act and working out what if any relevence thay may have and if the various companies have actually complied. Where we find that compliance is suspect some of us are then going on to challenge both the compliance and the enforceability of any alleged agreements. Hope that helps
  7. If they are 1983 regs then it's off to TSO yet again as they wont be online.
  8. Ok Ok enough squabling Firstly Jaranius most of the topics we cover in here are very complex and a lot of the time the argument can hinge around where the comma is placed. It is not easy to explain this to somebody firing off a lot of simultaneaous questions. Its taken 339 pages and a lot of posts for us to get this far. Peter has been here from the beginning, (ok just after I arrived lol) Myself and others know instantly what he is referring to simply because we have all followed the same path to get here. Once again Peter has turned lights on for a lot of people following this thr
  9. hmmm thats a new twist to refuse to accept the letters. I hope your friend sent them packing with a big flea in their ear. If she is a woman on her own with 2 young children it may also be worth her having a few words with her local Police officers. Sending 2 guys out is clearly intimidatory, especially so often and it's designed to frighten her. Advance notice to the police may get somebody around quickly if she calls when they arrive.
  10. Only relevance is that with no signature it makes them vitually unenforceable as they have not been properly executed. I would keep the 2 letters totally seperate so no real need to include anything further.
  11. Nice to hear another good result Al, I'll get both the litigation and your threads updated to reflect the wins.
  12. Looking good so far Angel but you have tomorrows date as the date of being deemed served, that doesnt leave time for it to reach them, I'd change it to mondays date and make sure its posted tomorrow. Have the insurances been added into the loans? If so then cancelling them may not reduce the costs, much better if you can show they have been missold and were never of any value to the debtor.
  13. The problem is they have got away with the public being blind for so long that it is now a way of life for these companies. Their business is pushing credit at us even when we dont want it, and if the paperwork is easier then their job is easier. Does it matter to them if the agreements dont meet the requirements? Nope because they can just bully us into accepting whatever they say. The tide is now turning and all those old scraps of paper are being shown to be nothing but the scraps they are.
  14. The first thing that strikes me is that thay cannot seize goods without permission or a court order once the minimum ammount has been paid under the agreement. Double check those 'agreements' and let us know what you find. If the 'insurance isnt worth the paper it's written on then I'd be looking to a misselling claim. Also put together a claim for the charges. It's worth sending a letter as advised above telling them no more phone calls quoting the Harrasement act and the administration of justice act along with the telecommunications act.
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