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  1. How are you getting on? I have had a letter and now a voicemail asking me to call Stevnesdrake
  2. Stevensdrake sent me a letter re payment and asking me to fill out a form with all outgoings etc - what should I do?
  3. Yeah they never gave them anything thankfully. my old company in the UK, I only finished with them recently
  4. Hi there, these guys have just phoned my old work being really forceful trying to get my information - can they do that??
  5. Hiya, Gemma, sitting waiting for more contact from them (with s ball of dread in my stomach)
  6. I don't know if this makes any difference but there is a Notice of Assessment attached that says they basically acquired the debt from another DCA and not direct from the financial institution
  7. They have called four times, the first was at 3.26am yesterday morning
  8. If they issue a UK court claim will this effect my UK credit score?
  9. Thanks for responding, it's pretty scary, last payment was around 5years and 2 months ago.
  10. Hi there, I have recently been contacted by the above company about an outstanding debt from my time in Aus, I left 5 years ago. They have called and emailed (not sure how they got my details plus my name has changed). Below is the email from them, firstly I don't work, I am a stay at home mum and secondly, I just need any advice possible on what my course of action should be - any advice much appreciated. 'My office has made several attempts to contact you to discuss your outstanding Commonwealth Bank Personal Loan matter that has been assigned to my office. Your balance as of today currently stands at $xxxxx with interest continuing to compound daily at the contractual rate of 15.9%p.a. For your reference, I have also attached the following documents: 1. A copy of the Notice of Assignment letter issued to your previous address confirming your matter has been assigned to our office. 2. A copy of the Final Notice letter issued to you today, outlining the current status of your matter. Our investigations confirm you are now residing in the UK and are no longer in Australia. With this being said, I kindly request you contact our office to resolve your outstanding balance. Unfortunately, if you do not make contact or if we are unable to resolve this matter with you, we will be transferring your matter to our UK agent, who will be instructed to make direct contact with you to recover and secure your balance. Please note, it is our preference to resolve your matter without the involvement of our overseas affiliates. Should your matter be transferred to our UK agent, the full balance plus all interest charges & transfer costs will be due and payable immediately. However, should you be of a mind to contact us, I will happily discuss a commercial outcome to settle your legacy matter in Australia. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards,'
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