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  1. Just wondering... Recap : EON sold the unbeknown debt to Azzurro DCA who have instructed Moreton Smith Co to manage to debt. Should I send a SB letter to Azzurro and EON too ?
  2. Ooh heck... I've just been reading the thread about the claimform. A lot to take in. Something I cannot do in 5 minutes or even an evening. My health is not great and I am not sure if I am up to battling in small claims court. In fact, I really do not even want to be issued any court summons. I do agree that the 48 days the property was empty, the energy consumed would be my responsibility. However, I never received any bill for that period or any period. First time I knew about it was from DCA assignment letter. EON's bill was made up with estimated Start and End reads so absolutely excessive. So really, I want to challenge the legality of the claim due to the length of time passed - statue barred ? If it is not SB, then the estimated bill amount itself. As advised here, I will post the SB letter on Monday. If Azzurro / Moreton Smith ignore the SB and continue, worst case scenario would I get the option to just pay the excessive outstanding debt without any additional costs ? Thank you.
  3. Azzurro letter (03/01/20) informing me that they have purchased the debt from EON. So this is the letter of assignment ? In this letter they write that they have appointed Moreton Smith company to manage the account. It does not state any 30 day periods/limits. When I phone Moreton Smith co, initally to find out if it was a [problem]. They told me that they had the bill in my name that was outstanding and could email it to me. They would not post it out. I said that if I was liable I would pay it but you must post me the bill. Of course then they did post me a copy of the bill. I recall that all their phone calls are recorded. So have I already shot myself in the foot ? I will send the SB letter to Moreton Smith. Just need some more reassurance. Thanks.
  4. Thanks for all responses. but before I get too excited :- Last payment I never made one, because tenant1 / Letting Agent1 never told me who the energy supplier was. I never received any bill in my name to pay. The property was empty for 48 days so the usage was minimal. Last usage 17/1/14 Azurro's letter 03/01/20 The time between last usage and Azurro's letter is just shy of 6 years. So is it definiately SB'd ? Please tell me if I am mis-understanding something. Thanks.
  5. Thanks you for your response. This statute barred does confuse me :- The billing period was 30/11/13 to 14/01/14. EON apparently sent out a bill 02/05/14. They sold the debt to DCA on 02/10/19 but wrote to me 07/01/20. So where does the 6 year statue barred period start from ?
  6. Hi everybody, I have only just stumbled on this forum and have spent days reading through some posts but would appreciate some specific help if you would be so kind. I will try to be brief. 10 years ago I let out a property using a 2 different Letting Agents with their full management services. Tenant 1 at some point switched to EON energy. They left Nov 2013. Letting Agent 1 would have closed the energy accounts on their exit. The property became empty for less than 2 months. Tenant 2 moved in Feb 2014 through Letting Agent 2. Tenant 2 switched the energy over to Scottish Power. They left in 2016. That property is now my main residence and I am no longer a landlord. I did not know that anything was a-miss until 7th January 2020 when I received a letter from a Debt Collect Company called Azzurro, reading that they had purchased the debt from EON. At first I thought it was a [problem]. I called Azzurro who confirmed they had bought the debt for an outstanding bill in my name + c/o Letting Agent(2) for the period Nov'13 to Jan'14. I then called EON, who told me that they sent 3 bills Dec'13, Jan'14 then May'14. I received none of these bills. The first 2 bills would have been received by me during the empty property period and acted upon accordingly. I received no bill. The 3rd bill would have been received by tenant2. I have now managed to get a copy of the last 2 bills and they are both ESTIMATED bills, close to £500 for 48 days whilst the property was empty. When speaking to EON I asked why the bills were estimated bills. They replied that I would have to provide with proof actual readings for the bill to be amended. Nearly 6 years later I have no paperwork of any meter readings. When Tenant 1 (EON customer) moved out (Nov'13), Letting Agent 1 would have closed the energy accounts. Then when Tenant 2 moved in (Feb'14), Letting Agent 2 would have created new EON/Scottish Power energy account. So surely, EON would have actual readings for the empty period Nov'13 - Feb'14 and could produce an Actual bill but they are saying the ownness is on me to provide actual readings. My financial and personal health situation has changed considerably and this is something I could really do without. My questions (please) : 1 Can EON sell the (unbeknown) debt just a week shy of 6 years later ? 2 Still not completely clear about when the 6 years statue begins; Jan'14 (Tenant1 exit) or May'14 (last bill date) ? 3 Does back-billing come into play here anywhere. 4 Any other way I can challenge the Estimated reading bills ? All help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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