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madmatt101 last won the day on September 7 2015

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  1. 29th October 2015 Last payment was June or July 2009. Default date was November 2009
  2. Thanks, I am certain it is Statute Bared as the last payment was made in July 2009, however default date was later, which would put it inside the SB date by days
  3. I received an attachment of earnings form personally handed to me by a bailiff This is the first I have heard about the debt or ccj I have since found out that this is from an old statute barred debt that Cabot purchased and then got a CCJ in default by serving on an old address even though they had my current address. I just searched my credit file and their search history shows they searched by under the new address before they issued the claim. What should I do to stop this?
  4. I'll call them later today and ask them to send it. Is there a procedure for if they don't send it to me?
  5. I did all that by the deadline, however I haven't received the other solicitors AQ. The deadline was the 12/10/15 I rang CCBC and was told they had received the other sides AQ, but not mine. They told me a 7 day order had just been issued and to email a copy to the court, which I have done. I have also put another copy in the post for them just in case. This time I will be using recorded for all court forms
  6. I received an allocation to the small claims track questionnaire, does this mean the claim has been unstayed?
  7. I personally would SAR them, then you can see everything they have on the account.
  8. I have now received a letter from SLL capital with a witness statement and copies of some emails and a made up copy of the claim form. Does this mean anything.
  9. have you tried going to apple about it. If you book into an apple store, even though you got the phone with O2, they check it for water damage, and replace it on the spot with a reconditioned unit I believe. Thats what happeded last time I had an issue with an iphone. not sure if the policy has changed apple warranty is usually 12 months. even if not covered, apple are cheaper creen Damage Accidents happen. Sometimes a screen can get cracked or shattered. We’re here to help. Request iPhone service You can mail us your iPhone, make an appointment with a Genius at an Apple Retail Store, or click or tap below to start a service request and see more service options. How long will it take? Service at an Apple Retail Store is normally completed on the day of your appointment. If you send in your iPhone for service, you’ll receive a replacement or your repaired iPhone in approximately one week. A replacement iPhone will be new or equivalent to new in both performance and reliability. How much does iPhone screen repair cost? Repair and replacement costs depend on your iPhone model and your AppleCare product coverage. When you request screen repair online or by phone, Apple will place an authorization on your credit card to cover the iPhone out-of-warranty cost. We’ll charge this amount if your iPhone has additional damage and is eligible for out-of-warranty service. If your iPhone has no damage other than the screen, we’ll charge the amount below. Learn more. iPhone 6s Plus: £126.44 iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5: £106.44 iPhone 6: £86.44 Fees are in British pounds sterling and include VAT and a £7.44 shipping fee. Pricing applies only to screen repair by Apple. Accidental damage isn’t covered under the Apple One Year Limited Warranty. from https://www.apple.com/uk/support/iphone/repair/screen-damage/
  10. Who did you make a complaint about? Name and shame please. and by the way. The government state the following on statute barred debts IHTM28384 - Liabilities: law relating to debts: statute-barred debts If a lender allows time to pass without receiving any payment an action for recovery may become barred. Under the Limitations Act 1980 the time limits are in simple contracts, 6 years in contracts under seal, 12 years. If the debtor acknowledges the debt in writing or makes a part payment within the original limitation period, then the time limits start to run again from the date of acknowledgement or the date of payment. Even though the lender may be barred from pursuing recovery, a debtor may decide to pay the debt after the expiry of the time limits. Because of this you should allow a debt which is otherwise statute-barred if the personal representatives pay the debt and you receive evidence that the payment has been made. These instructions do not apply to debts in Scotland. Under Scottish law, if a lender allows time to pass without receiving any payment an action for recovery may become barred under the Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973. (For details of this Act see Gloag and Henderson 12th edition at Chapter4.). These debts are completely extinguished and cannot be enforced. Once the prescriptive period expires the debt cannot be allowed as a deduction. This comes from HMRC. http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/ihtmanual/ihtm28384.htm
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