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About JamesM94

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  1. Thanks, Stu. Untitled.pdf PDF above
  2. Hi Andy, Yes it was through a lettings agency. The receipt we got after transferring them the deposit says; "Should your application be unsuccessful because you or any proposed joint tenant(s) changed your or their mind(s) and withdraw, or because we or the landlord deem your references unsatisfactory, or the commencement date is delayed by you for more than three weeks from the date of the signature, then monies will be retained against administration costs and the remaining balance to the landlord for loss of rent whilst property was off the market." In the original email req
  3. Hi all, Myself and two others were due to sign contracts to move into a 3 bed flat this Saturday, but one of my prospective housemates quit his job and pulled out last minute. Me and the remaining person can't find a replacement, nor do we want a random off of spare room. Problem is, we paid a £338 holding fee each and have now lost this as a result. The person that pulled out originally said they would pay me and the other person back the £338 each that we'd lost, but has now gone AWOL. The other person is furious (I tend not to fret) and we were wondering if there was any legal act
  4. I tell you what's frustrating.. I've been reading a few of the other threads and have seen that they've accepted the memberbship fee alone as a settlement in some cases. I offered this to them on several occasions and nothing. The lack of consistency is ridiculous.
  5. Just to keep you posted. Got my first call from Zinc today. Going to block their numbers as they come, but I assume they'll have a lot. Where will it go following Zinc?
  6. Just an update; Had an EMAIL about them going to Zinc if I don't ring them by the 4th of March. Find it strange they send the letter via email instead of post this time. Oh well, . Was reading through the contract and it states under fees "If you fail to pay any monies due under this agreement or if any Direct Debit is returned unpaid or any cheque is returned unpaid or if any other form of payment is not honoured for whatever reason, you shall pay us (Harlands Services) on demand an administration fee of £25 (which we (Harlands Services) require to cover our costs of see
  7. It was a letter through the post, but i'll continue to ignore anyways. Thanks guys.
  8. What would be different if they emailed me?
  9. This arrived by post this morning.
  10. Received this from CRS today; "Following our initial letter, we are disappointed that your account with Xercise 4 Less is still in arrears and our fee has not been paid. We would still like to reach an amicable resolution to this, however, if you fail to respond to this letter, we will have no option but to commence further action to recover the monies owed. The options we have available to us are: 1. LEGAL ACTION We believe you are in breach of a legally binding contract with Xercise 4 Less because you have not paid your membership and our fees. We may pursue this claim under
  11. Went with Slick's template and sent via recorded mail. They replied with; "We have been passed your file by Xercise 4 Less in regards to upaid arrears due under the terms of your Membership Agreement. On 4 SEP 17 you entered into a Membership Agreement with Xercise 4 Less. You agreed to pay £19.99 a month and were required to give notice when you wished to terminate your Agreement. As your payments were not honoured and you failed to rectify your breach of Agreement, charges were applied to your account and your file was referred to ourselves. Xercise 4 Less have not receiv
  12. 27th November 2017 Credit Resolution Services 41-43 Perrymount Rd Haywards Heath RH16 3BN Dear Sir/Madam, RE: Harlands Reference Xercise 4 Less Reference: On the 12th October 2017, I emailed Harlands at ... recognising my error at cancelling the direct debit without going through the correct process and offered to pay the £19.99 missed payment. I did not receive any form of reply. I then went through the correct process of cancelling the direct debit and have an email from Xercise4Less acknowledging my request. I later received a letter stating the November payment
  13. Should I reference the email I sent to them previously?
  14. I'm afraid I emailed them. I'm assuming I should have sent it via post?
  15. Harlands, as predicted, have passed this onto CRS who have sent me a letter stating the amount owed is now in excess of £200. They have also sent me an email asking me to ring them. Harlands STILL haven't replied specifically to the email I initially sent them. from my perspective, they've continued to add charges after I disputed the debt with them on the email address advertised on their website. Zinc is their next step, yes?
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