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  1. Hi, You could issue a Subject Access Request to your bank.The fee for this is £10.00. The bank must within 40 days provide you with all the information they have about you including statements letters ect. There template letters on here that you can use. As I understand it the bank has to produce the information for the past 6 yrs.( may be longer) By using this information you may be able to get a date when the payments started .The letters your bank sent you may hold some information which may be of use. Some banks try it on and ask for £ so much per statement by the issuing of a SAR you should receive 72 for £10 that is if you have been with the bank for 6yrs or more. regards.
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  6. Data Protection Register - Entry Details Registration Number: Z5504257 Date Registered: 01 June 2001 Registration Expires: 31 May 2010 Data Controller: LINK FINANCIAL LTD Address: CAMELFORD HOUSE 84-90 ALBERT EMBANKMENT LONDON SE1 7TP Other Names: ALSO AT ; 1/5 TRECENYDD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE CAERPHILLY FLEETWOOD COLLECTIONS INSTANTSILVER THESIS SERVICING This register entry describes, in very general terms, the personal data being processed by: LINK FINANCIAL LTD This register entry contains personal data held for 3 purpose(s) Purpose 1 Private Investigation Purpose Description: The provision on a commercial basis of investigatory services according to instruction given by clients. Data subjects are: Customers and clients Relatives, guardians and associates of the data subject Advisers, consultants and other professional experts BUSINESS OR OTHER CONTACTS WITNESSES SUBJECTS OF INVESTIGATIONS Data classes are: Personal Details Family, Lifestyle and Social Circumstances Employment Details Financial Details CONTACT DETAILS INVESTIGATION BRIEF INFORMATION RELEVANT TO THE INVESTIGATION RESULTS OF INVESTIGATION Sources (S) and Disclosures (D)(1984 Act). Recipients (1998 Act): Data subjects themselves Business associates and other professional advisers Suppliers, providers of goods or services Credit reference agencies Debt collection and tracing agencies Police forces Private investigators Transfers: None outside the European Economic Area Purpose 2 Debt Administration and Factoring Purpose Description: The tracing of consumer and commercial debtors and the collection on behalf of creditors. The purchasing of trade debts, including rentals and instalment credit payments, from business. Data subjects are: Customers and clients Relatives, guardians and associates of the data subject Data classes are: Personal Details Financial Details Goods or Services Provided Offences (Including Alleged Offences) Sources (S) and Disclosures (D)(1984 Act). Recipients (1998 Act): COURTS / TRIBUNALS Data subjects themselves Relatives, guardians or other persons associated with the data subject Current, past or prospective employers of the data subject Business associates and other professional advisers Other companies in the same group as the data controller Suppliers, providers of goods or services Financial organisations and advisers Credit reference agencies Debt collection and tracing agencies Traders in personal data Central Government Transfers: None outside the European Economic Area Purpose 3 Accounts & Records Purpose Description: Keeping accounts related to any business or other activity carried on by the data controller, or deciding whether to accept any person as a customer or supplier, or keeping records of purchases, sales or other transactions for the purpose of ensuring that the requisite payments and deliveries are made or services provided by him or to him in respect of those transactions, or for the purpose of making financial or management forecasts to assist him in the conduct of any such business or activity Data subjects are: Customers and clients Data classes are: Personal Details Family, Lifestyle and Social Circumstances Employment Details Financial Details Sources (S) and Disclosures (D)(1984 Act). Recipients (1998 Act): Data subjects themselves Other companies in the same group as the data controller Credit reference agencies Debt collection and tracing agencies
  7. If you do a search at the land registry ( you can do this on line) This will revel the details of the property. This is what the DCA`s do. This will show the registered owner and that a mortgage is out standing on the property. I understand that the transfer of ownership can only be granted by the mortgage company as they need to secure the outstanding debt. I understand that the details of the mortgage is shown on this report amount borrowed and when ( could some one confirm this ) The DCA can then work out the asset value and if all the documents requested as correct and in place seek a court order to gain a charging order over the property. If a court make an order for a payment of £5 a month and this payment arrangement is kept the as I understand it a charging order cannot be applied for. Need further advice (me) If the owner dies the house becomes part of the owners estate and creditors would apply to the execitor ? of the estate and seek payment. The above are only considerations and I suggest that you do a lot of reading on the site people will correct me if I am wrong and I write in good faith. Remember a DCA could not give a dam even if you had days to live they would still try any way to gain payment .
  8. use the CPS to make the police work for you. The police cannot bring a case or prosecute with out the CPS.
  9. If I found out there address I would write to agency which was sending these people to my house and inform them of my new address.
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  11. Home Can I apply? How can I apply? Apply now About CICA Who are the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA)? We are a government organisation that can pay money (compensation) to people who have been physically or mentally injured because they were the innocent victim of a violent crime. Read more about CICA What does CICA do? We offer a free service, processing applications and making awards that range from £1,000 to £500,000. What can I do on this website? Find out if you qualify for compensation (we call this eligibility) Get an application form Find out how we handle your claim Find out more about CICA Get help if you were injured in another country Who else can help me? A range of people and organisations can help you with your application. Apply now for compensation Telephone helpline 0800 358 3601 Need help with your claim? Call our freephone helpline.
  12. criminal injury compensation this assault my be covered You can (SAR) subject access request a copy of the tape or the person/s on it can for a fee of £10 the camera operators have 40 days to comply failure to comply is an offence under the data protection act. Would appreciate any further in put. If you or your partner are in receipt of benefits you may be entitled to free legal aid ?
  13. photo photo photo endangering life news papers warn others compensation free car for 6 months or the papers Watch Dog any one don`t contact your MP he /she probably part of the fiddle.
  14. Photo the visitor get the name get the car reg(photo). Tape the conversation if possible. Follow them and find out where they live. Give them a few days and then knock there door Sunday morning is a good day asking in a loud very loud voice ARE YOU A DEBT COLLECTOR works in all areas posh and poor (poor areas he/she will be branded a grass )
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