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  1. Thanks for the help guys, I'll post back when they send me another letter
  2. I sent a letter to Spratt Endicot stating that I was prepared to pay the £14.99 but not the other charges. They replied back stating that they have declined the offer but are willing to drop the amount I have to pay to £54.99. Should I send a letter back stating as they have chosen to refuse the offer in my last letter, it is now withdrawn and I reserve the right to ignore further demands?
  3. Hey guys, After i sent the email to harlands they did not reply. I have just received a letter through the door from Spratt Endicott Solicitors, acting on behalf of xercise 4 Less. This is what it says.. We act on behalf of the above name client. They have instructed us to write to you concerning the above debt due to them. Failure to reply to this above notice within 7 days may result in legal proceedings to recover the above balance unless you contact us to discuss your repayment proposal. Any claim resulting in proceedings will include additional costs payable by you. You should also note that if judgement is obtained you may find it difficult to obtain credit from other sources as the judgement will be registered and remain on your credit file for 6 years. Please contact us to discuss your account so that we may come to an arrangement that is affordable and sustainable in line with your financial circumstances and therefore it will be not necessary to issue proceedings. we hope it will not bwe necessary for us to issue proceedings and that we will hear from you without delay.
  4. Hey guys, After i sent the email to harlands they did not reply. I have just received a letter through the door from Spratt Endicott Solicitors, acting on behalf of xercise 4 Less. This is what it says.. We act on behalf of the above name client. They have instructed us to write to you concerning the above debt due to them. Failure to reply to this above notice within 7 days may result in legal proceedings to recover the above balance unless you contact us to discuss your repayment proposal. Any claim resulting in proceedings will include additional costs payable by you. You should also note that if judgement is obtained you may find it difficult to obtain credit from other sources as the judgement will be registered and remain on your credit file for 6 years. Please contact us to discuss your account so that we may come to an arrangement that is affordable and sustainable in line with your financial circumstances and therefore it will be not necessary to issue proceedings. we hope it will not bwe necessary for us to issue proceedings and that we will hear from you without delay.
  5. Thanks for the help guys, I have sent the email to CRS I will post back when I get their response.
  6. I am visiting my family for Christmas so I will be back round the area next week, I will do it then thanks.
  7. Sorry for the late reply I've been busy with exams at university . I rang up exercise4less and notified them that I said that I had cancelled verbally to which they said that the person who I told should have made me fill out a cancellation form which they didn't. (I recorded the conversation). He advised me to fill out a cancellation form and ring CRS and let them know what had happened. What would you suggest that I do? Thanks.
  8. Sorry, I didn't mention verbally telling anyone about the cancellation in the email. thanks
  9. I have the email that was sent. I remember that I phoned exercise4less to see if verbally cancelling the contract was enough. They stated that I needed to send them this email. Title - Proof of moved address Main text - Proof of my new tenancy. I attached proof of my new tenancy. M W Evans Thanks for your help
  10. Hey Slick, sorry for the late reply; 1/ It was a rolling contract. 2/ I'm unsure of when I joined, but I left June 2015. 3/ I told the gym in person in June before I moved, not sure of an exact date. 4/ I sent the email to exercise4less on the 29th of July. I think I have a copy of the email in my saved emails. 5/ There is no exercise4less gym within 10 miles of my area. 6/ It was normally paid on the 18th of each month. Thanks for your help.
  11. I can't remember the exact dates that this had happened. I haven't paid anything as of yet, I'm happy to pay the £14.99 as I did cancel the direct debit before informing the gym with written proof rather than verbal. I could speak to the gym about this and see if the staff member remembers me telling him that had cancled?
  12. Hey guys, I took out a rolling contract of £14.99 a month paid via direct debit with exercise4less, as I was moving away I notified exercise4less that I would be cancelling my contract verbally in the gym. When telling my friend about this he told me that it was a mistake and I should have emailed them which I proceeded to do. I moved away had a letter from CRS stating that I owed some money posted to my previous address. They stated I still owed £14.99 as I failed to supply one months notice furthermore I have incurred charges of £131.49. I proceeded to tell CRS I had emailed the gym but they stated it was still out of the months paid notice and said as a good will gesture they would accept £81.49. What should I do? Sorry if I missed any information out. Thanks, Matthew.
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