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  1. Sorry busy and that. Too much. I got a new printer scanner and I'm having difficulty getting it to scan. So here's a redacted photo version. In between days they sent me another letter bargaining for half the original demand. I laughed and then went and made a cup of tea. cap res letters.pdf
  2. I'll get that posted up soon. The funny thing is I was in there the other day with a printer I just bought from PC World and it set the alarm off on the way out, I showed security the receipt and everything was fine. But then this? Anyway, as you quite rightly state of the legalities... face, bovvered and that.
  3. I just recieved a letter from Capital Resolve today as well, passed on by Tesco. I think the advice for dealing with these people on the phone is don't, just hang up if they phone you.
  4. Thought this had gone away forever. Last letter I received was about a year ago? Anyway just recieved a payment demand letter from Capital Resolve. Has anyone else had this? I noticed a different security company is now operating in Tesco as well, can't remember what they are called though. I did a search for Capital Resolve on here and I can see they are DCA who specialise in pay day loans and take on debts that they know pretty much they don't have a leg to stand on with so I'm guessing they're trying it on. I shall ignore.
  5. I was just thinking, wondering if this company even exists? Remember the student loans company got into bother for sending out fake debt collectors letters recently.
  6. Can I say those exacts words to the two gorillas who turn up at my door and then shut the door in their faces? I was just thinking about pretending I don't live here. They are still spelling my name wrong as well.
  7. That's cool. I'll just ignore them then. Got far better things to do with my time than chase off a shower of leeches. I owe them precisely this=. Case closed.
  8. You mean no liability or debt is acknowledged BY me TO them or their clients? So just ignore it then and don't answer the door to any big men. Fine with me.
  9. It's been pased down to a debt collector who just sent me a letter. (BPO) They stated that 'the outstanding liability..... we understand is not disputed'. Of course they understand wrong, and the probably know this. Do I have to print off another letter and send it? Or just ignore them? I'm curently in favour of the latter.
  10. I just reread it last night and didn't recognise it as something I just wrote, I thought someone had hacked into my account or there was an error or something as it was edited so much it looked liked poetry or song lyrics or something! Maybe I could have paragraphed it a bit more, but the way it was restructured was waay over top. I'll be more careful to structure my posts better, but I'd rather people didn't edit them for me if it's all the same:-)
  11. Sorry, why was the text in my previous post edited so as to include lots of line, whereas before it was in the paragraph form that I wanted it to be?
  12. I'll just ignoe her then. She spelled my name wrong. I shouldn't have opened it really. I guess I broke the law technically by opening it. I hear you anyway.
  13. I want to either ignore this letter because they speeled my name wrong, or write to them denying liability and asking them to explain what legal grounds they had to hold be against my will and deny me water when I asked them several times. My own fault I was thirsty, but nonetheless I needed water and they denied it to me. I'm not in the slightest bit phased by their threats, I know where I stand. Maybe they can still call the police and report me, they have indicated to me in the letter than they already have. I'd like to invite them to report me to the police in view of the fact tha
  14. Seems fairly straightforward to me. I don't owe them diddley squat. End of matter.
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