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  1. Thanks for the reply and help, puts my mind at ease. I've had a recent similar thing with Ebay charging me £26 for being a seller on Ebay, however I'm not a seller. They sent a letter which was less threatening than this just asking for payment and provided me with some stuff to read. After they had shown me the proof I had paid the £26. I refused to even consider paying this company until they reply to my original request. Thanks again
  2. Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but I wanted a little help about this apparent debt I have from a company called JUICE PLUS who have passed on the debt to OCC(Options Credit Consultants). The back story: A friend was selling JUICE PLUS weight loss packs and I thought I'd try one out, the deal was £20 for a month of supplies which are given all in one go. And it was a locked in 3 month contract. However I never used the stuff, my friend had been fired for a ridiculous reason, I pursued Juice Plus asking them to cancel the contract and
  3. I would just like to add that when purchasing a game online, if it is a game that has a Online and Singleplayer option to it, doesn't that entitle myself to the full game example valve is wrong in this case to suspend these other games online capabilities?
  4. Hello, First of all, if this is in the wrong section, a kind redirect would be helpful. I've been an avid gamer for years, and recently I had a fall out with my father. Unfortunately because of this fallout, he had asked for all payments made to Valve to be charged back, this also included Paypal payments. So I have a quick question, In the UK, for a online digital product/game that is linked to an account, I know that they Valve has legal right to suspend the games/items that the charged back money was used on but do they have any legal right to permanently block any onli
  5. Thanks for all the replies, puts my mind at ease. Glad I found these forums. Thanks!
  6. Thanks for the reply, helps me a be a little bit more comfortable for the moment. If I remain in no contact with them is it true that after 5 years the debt will no longer exist? Thanks
  7. Hello, I'm new to the forums, but if this is in the wrong place then could you let me know and I will re-create the thread. I was living in Australia for 16 years(I was born in the UK and moved to Aus when I was 6). I had a rough time and didn't have a job until I was 20. I never had credit before. I opened a bank account in Australia and got offered a credit card, which I accepted. I then applied for a online course, which was a monthly payment of 60 AUD. Once signed up I had realised this course that this company heavily advertised was a [problem]. It was th
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