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  1. I subscribe to Noddle a free credit score and report checking service. I can see that Robinson Way accessed my credit file in November. It is about a debt I had with egg about 9 years ago although I continued to pay £5 a month until 2011 so not statue barred. I had just managed to get a good score as the previous default occurred so long ago. They have started legal action again which means that a debt taken out in 2004 which defaulted around 2006 will be shown on my credit file for another 6 years if they are successful with the legal case. So all in all 12 years of no credit for me at sensible rates. This cannot be what the government intended with CCA legislation. Also can Robinson Way access my credit file without my consent ?
  2. Hello everyone Just after a bit of advice please, my mother fears that her health records have been accessed by a member of our family. Without going into detail there is private information (ony held on file) which was brought up in coversation by this family member who works at a hospital. My mother has not attended this hospital since her toubles 12 years ago. We do not want to make matters worse in the family and accuse this person, so how would we discover if they have indeed been snooping at her files whilst on shift? Thanks all
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