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  1. I had been slowly putting a statement together when I found a similar template that you'd kindly provided for Snowdog in this thread. https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?468975-Arrow-Shoosmiths-re-old-MBNA-c-card-account-Claim-2 I think I miss understood your post #22, I thought I was to wait until I'd heard from my local court. Should I have submitted my statement before I hear from my local court?
  2. Thanks for the quick reply. B*gger. I thought it might have been a little trip up in the proceedings. Do I still just keep quiet and wait to hear from the County Court?
  3. Small update on this, and it appears a little odd. Arrow have dropped Shoosmiths as their legal representative, and will now be using their "specialist in-house litigation team". Has anyone heard of Arrow Global's "specialist in-house litigation team"? Please see attached copy of letter and Notice of change of legal representative. So what are your thoughts on this? Will Arrow still rely on Shoosmiths paperwork? Will they have to re submit documents to the court? This notification of change has been sent to the County Court Business Centre, rather than my local County Court, where Shoosmiths have applied to get the claim transferred. Z Shoosm 2 Arrow.pdf
  4. I've amended my PDF as per below. Hope I've redacted all relevant info Z Shoosm 1.compressed.pdf
  5. Thanks for your reply and the heads up on the info i've left in. I can't edit my post so i've reported it hoping a moderator can remove it. I've amended the pdf and will replace it.. I've actually defended similar in court and won, so hopefully this will go the same way. The previous one was also an application form, but was illegible and didn't have the terms and conditions.
  6. Ok, I've managed to get the N244 and original N1 in to a PDF document. I've also included (most of) their letters and statements and a copy of my original defence. I haven't included my CPR18 request or letter asking for copy of original agreement. If you need to see anything else, please let me know and I will amend the PDF or add another. Z Shoosm Arrow Comp 1A1.compressed.pdf
  7. Thank you again for your quick reply, you certainly help to put my mind to rest! I read the link for uploading PDFs but not the actual upload link:embarassed:
  8. Small update on this. First of all, I've been scanning the various documents, but I can only save them as JPG as I don't have the software to transfer the scans to PDF. Is there an online JPG-PDF converter that anyone would recommend? I'm not the best with IT and won't be able to afford the Adobe software. Now to the update. Shoosmiths have managed to get the claim transferred to my local court. I checked online yesterday and it was listed as transferred, then I received confirmation today. Letter says: So will I be able to write to the court saying their claim is unfounded and the claim should remain stayed? Or will I have to wait for the judges decision?
  9. I've still got the original claim paperwork, so I'd assume the N1 form will be there. I'll try and get my scanner to work and get the N1 and N244 uploaded tonight.
  10. Again, thanks for the reply. I will wait and see what happens. I had to laugh at one of the solicitors acting on behalf of another debt collector. Letter from them was along the lines of "as we won in court and now have a CCJ against you, please contact us to arrange a payment plan". Er... no, I went to court and your case was thrown out!
  11. Hi, thanks for the quick reply. No, nothing from court yet. Their N244 is typed and dated 12 February 2019, so if they have sent it I'd have expected it to be done electronically. I've checked on my Money Claim Online "account" and nothing is showing yet. I'm happy to wait it out to see if anything appears, but should I reply to their 19th Feb deadline, or ignore that as well?
  12. Hi, I'm new to the forum, but have been a long time lurker. First of all apologies for how long winded this is, but I hope I include all the relevant information. Alleged card debt from card taken out in 1998. Alleged debt approx £5k. Card sold to IDEM Capital Securities August 2012 Alleged Card default August 2013. Idem Capital Securities assigned alleged debt to Arrow Global November 2015 About three years ago I received multiple claims for alleged credit card debts, and with the help of this forum managed to get one claim dropped and ended, one victory in court and a few claims stayed, so thanks for the help there! Anyway, one of them doesn't appear to have gone away, and Shoosmiths appear to be applying to Northampton County Court to get a stay lifted and have my previous defence struck out pursuant to CPR 3.4 and obtain summary judgement pursuant to CPR 24.2 they claim I have no grounds for defending the claim. This was my original defence: So my defence was submitted, along with two other defences on the same date. Nothing further was received from Shoosmiths or the courts, and the claims were stayed. I should have asked to have them struck out, but I wasn't fully aware of the procedures, and couldn't afford to pay anything to the courts. So roll on two years and three months, and Shoosmiths start writing to me again, saying they did not receive my original CCA request or CPR18 letter in 2016 (funny how two more were received, and returned, and they were all sent in the same recorded delivery envelope!) They now claim they have provided all of the relevant information, and I still dispute this. Their alleged agreement is an application form for a card around the time I had allegedly taken out a few credit cards. Their "terms and conditions" is a reconstituted partial list, it even says for items X,Y,Z refer to your terms and conditions! They then have another set of terms including MBNA web address details, the web address didn't exist in 1998! Their letters also refer to one credit card number, then it changes to a new card number that they have assigned, which to me just points to multiple pieces of incorrect or fabricated information. I chose to ignore all of this further correspondence, as the claim was stayed. Then earlier this week, they have sent a further copy of this "information" along with a covering letter to me as follows: This covering letter includes a copy of their N244 Application Notice to lift the stay and all previously submitted information. Again, apologies for the long winded post, but I ask, how should I either try to stop this dead, or again defend? I am actually happy to attend court if it comes to that. I read on one of the other threads that this could be submitted. Would I be able to use it as a reply, as it has taken them over two years to get incorrect information that they think they can use in court? If anyone can reply, I'd like to say thanks now, and I will be extremely grateful. Will come back with the results.
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