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  1. Yup and if you haven't received a Pre Action protocol letter yet, there is no way it's going to court before the Stat Barred date.
  2. Just ignore them, it will be statute barred in 6 weeks,
  3. The Default is already 3 years old, payments make no difference. At that age a default starts to become far less relevant , if you wanted for example, to apply for a mortgage, it's likely it would be ignored by many lenders.
  4. Ok, I need to research this too, I am South West and want to help make sure we elect a remainer MP
  5. Lib Dems for me, judging by the number of signs popping up everywhere around here, seem to be the best horse to bet in these elections, as a remainer.
  6. Some of the advice given by these 'Debt advice companies' is really bad. Good advice to SAR Lloyds, all the late payment charges, plus interest on them, once you run them through the interest calculator will probably add up to a very significant amount.
  7. True, but if they ever did try it on with a CCJ, wouldn’t it be good for the OP to have all of what they claim to be charging for though. He’s lost all the original documents , signatures etc
  8. If that's the case, and it's just the DCA it's really none of their business whatsoever to ask for an income and expenditure. If they haven't replied to your CCA request within 14 days then ignore them, until such a time when or if they send a PAP letter.
  9. I would SAR them, under GDPR rules. They will have to disclose, everything they have on you, all documents, emails etc. They have 40 days to comply with this, if not you can report them to the ICO. You can then understand exactly what they are (trying) to charge you for, and if you signed any agreements etc. In my experience a GDPR request strikes fear into small businesses, because nobody has ever asked them to comply before. (source I had a letting agent try a similar thing on me) Personally I don't think there is very much they can do to you, and are just trying it on.
  10. DX is saying that the councillor will investigate the whole thing, without you having to go through an army of drones at a call centre and a jobs worth in collections. He's not telling you to investigate the whole thing. Councillor is highly unlikely to clear the actual Ctax but Highly likely to wipe the Bailiff Fees. It is also possible that you will be able to come to an affordable arrangement on the CTax itself.
  11. Nope. All that matters that they have 12 plus 2 days to respond to your CCA Request. If they don't then no need to do anything, certainly not pay them a penny. Just run it past here if they are stupid enough to send a Letter Before Action, pretty unlikely if they can't come up with a CCA.
  12. When did you make your last payment on this debt?
  13. Yup, ignore and wait until if / when you hear anything from the court, which I think is unlikely you ever will.
  14. Email your local councillor from Welwyn explaining your situation. explain your situation (including your health) and there is a better than 50% chance the balliffs will be called off and fees cancelled .
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