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  1. Received 2 letters since those that I've attached. One dated 15th October 2012 from Champion Soccer which reads: xxxxxxxxxxxxx - £864.00 Dear Sir, Despite previous correspondence the above amount remains outstanding. Upon joining the league, you signed a legally binding application form in which you personally agreed to... "accept full responsibility on behalf of my team to fulful and pay for all fixtures as required and agree to abide by the rules of the competition". Therefore if payment is not made by the due date or a repayment plan agreed we shall make an ap
  2. They are probably contacting me on the work number because I put that on the original form as my contact number (as it was a football team consisting of work only colleagues). They haven't applied to county court as of yet, but the DCA have sent another letter, threatening the same action. When they called I simply told them I do not acknowledge any debt owed to Champion Soccer. I just think it all seems a bit unfair that they put this debt on me, when I had no powers to ensure the fixtures went ahead as planned for the rest of the season. I never thought playing in a six a side leag
  3. Hi, Long story short, me and my mates had a 6-a-side football team, after 4 games, I got an recurring injury to my ankle, so couldnt play (still can't now) and the rest of the team didn't really want to continue playing either as some where finding it hard with work etc. The company who run the league have chased me for a total of £900 and have now passed it on to Icon Collections who are now contacting me at my workplace and threatening court action. Where do I stand with this, as you can see from the attachments I signed an agreement to fulfil fixtures, but its not a CCA or an
  4. Hi, Long story short, me and my mates had a 6-a-side football team, after 4 games, I got an recurring injury to my ankle, so couldnt play (still can't now) and the rest of the team didn't really want to continue playing either as some where finding it hard with work etc. The company who run the league have chased me for a total of £900 and have now passed it on to Icon Collections who are now contacting me at my workplace and threatening court action. Where do I stand with this, as you can see from the attachments I signed an agreement to fulfil fixtures, but its not a CCA or an
  5. Yea I thought as much, just wanted to make sure I wasn't at risk of anything. Cheers mate.
  6. Hi, This may seem a bit of an odd one, but hope someone can advise. Me and a few mates started playing six a side football a while ago, after 2 games the organisers cancelled the next one due to a big televised football game, then the week after that was a bank holiday so we didn't play either. I then went on holiday, and while I was away the rest of the team couldn't make up the players, so didn't turn up to the game. When I got back from holiday, no-one could be bothered to play anymore, and I had an invoice sent to me for £60 for the team not turning up to the game. So I just left
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