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  1. Oh if you're talking about PPI, I've no idea, other than they always used to insinuate you'd be more likely to be approved if you took it, so I always did. Again, hindsight...
  2. About £17, with a total of about £36 being taken every month, so they've nearly had half of every repayment for the last 12 years, in addition to the £1000 I paid them initially. As I said to the first guy to reply, I'm well aware I've been royally mugged off, but at the time I was young and naive, and their sales guy who came to my home told me in 5 years I'd be debt free, when in reality it's barely dented the debt amount. Hindsight and all that....
  3. PS quick question...I've read that people in my situation have been advised to claim the PPI back on their defaulted debts....As I had it on all my CCs/Loans, I was wondering at which stage I should do this? Thanks in advance!
  4. Ok thanks, I'll do the SAR first, which should help me to get the correct info for the CCAs. Thanks a lot for all the good advice, I'll keep you updated with any correspondence I receive!
  5. I've worked out what amounts are what from some old Spectrum paperwork, I know which is which, and which DCA is taking money for which account. What I don't have are original account numbers, or even the DCAs account references. Spectrum/Money Village will obviously have all this, so surely I can demand all information they hold on me under the freedom of information act?
  6. Hey thanks for the brilliant advice! I'm going to have to guess which one was the overdraft as its so long ago I can't remember! I guess if I get it wrong they'll let me know? Also I don't have any account numbers, only Money Village statements. What would be the best way to get the details I need from them, so I can write to the DCAs with the correct details? And I'm going to put my new address at the top of the CCAs so I can monitor any correspondence and timescales etc. What happens if they can't find the agreements, or indeed they do? I'm just try
  7. Ok thanks for the info. I have actually paid my £2 to experian but they said I needed to send utility bills for my new address, which I didn't have at the time, but do now, thanks for jogging my memory! Regarding the claim form, that looks like exactly the thing I'm worried about getting if they find the original agreements. I understand that DCAs rarely take people to court due to the expense and no guarantee of getting extra money, but sometimes the OC didn't sell the debt, merely employed their services on a 50/50 share basis. ..Is this true, and is there anyw
  8. Hey thanks guys, I'll get a letter together and send it off. Regarding the forest through the door, I have moved and not even Money Village have my new address, I only got their letter due to having my mail re-directed. I'm sure they can find me easily enough, but how should I approach it? Is putting my new address asking for aggravation?
  9. Oh ok thanks for clearing that up! They were Abbey National - (Credit Card) Nationwide (Loan), Natwest (Loan, credit card & overdraft), and are now in the hands of 1st Credit, Moorcroft & Regal. They were taken out between 1998 and 2002, and defaulted in 2003. Incidentally, Abbey phoned me up in 2003 offering to write off £4k of the £5500 if I could stump up the £1500 required, then 7 years later the lovely DCA said they had a great deal for me, just £3600 could clear the debt! I obviously told them the OC had offered to let me clea
  10. Hi, thanks for moving my post over...I wasn't sure exactly where to put it as it involves DMPs and DCAs! Yes I wasnt exactly disappointed when Money Village said they were looking to withdraw their 'services', but unsure about what I should be doing in preparation. Sorry I don't understand what you mean by 'did I even actually know the debt through the DMP', can you just clarify what you're asking? Thanks!
  11. Well I don't need telling I've been mugged off, I'm well aware! I guess you're referring to a CCA? I have read about sending one to each DCA, to see if they can come up with and original credit agreement? I had considered it, but was worried what would happen if they did find it? My financial situation is improving, but I was worried that I might go from starting to be able to save for a mortgage deposit, to suddenly being taken to court and told to pay far in excess of what I am now, putting me back into the the same situation I was years ago, with no
  12. Hi guys, looking for some advice. I signed up with Spectrum Financial Protection after getting into about £25k worth of debt 12 years ago. They charged me about a grand to set up with them and have taken a percentage of the repayments every month for the duration (I know, I know) and despite the long time frame my debt has barely gone down, due to the token payments of between £1 and £10 a month to each account. Spectrum are now Money Village, and after years of them not doing a lot (Spectrum originally told me I'd be debt free after 5 years) I gave up speaking to th
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