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  1. Hi All, Today I have received a letter from Moriarty Law: Our Ref: xxx Acc No: xxxx Amount Due: £185.88 Claim No: xxxxx Original Lender: Talk Talk Limited Dear Mr. X, Following our earlier letters regarding the above outstanding balance we have now issued proceedings in the County Court at Northampton to effect repayment of this debt. You will shortly receive a County Court Claim from Northampton County Court along with an information pack containing details on how to respond. It is still not too late to amicably resolve this matter and therefore please
  2. Hi I received a claim form about an alleged outstanding debt with TalkTalk from 23/03/2012. I have not replied to the form as i only received it today. They claim on the form that i agreed to pay in monthly instalments on the 21/03/2014, This is the first time i have ever heard of JC International and i have defiantly not agreed to any sort of payment plan with them. Is this one last dig for them to try and recover the debt as it is now statute barred. How do i go about fighting this as i really don't want a CCJ on my record.
  3. Hi all, Today March 30th 2017 i have received Northampton court claim forms for a Talktalk debt of £63.86 its been raised to £68.96. The form is dated 28th march 17. They date it back to 30/10/2009. They also state i agreed to pay this by instalments, but failed to do so (which is news to me). I vaguely remember when we ended the contract with them the paid me money that was owed to me. Moriarty Law are acting on behalf of JC international. Ive checked my credit file and cannot see any closed accounts or otherwise with Talktalk. Im reluctant to call these companies
  4. Hello all and thank you for taking the time to read this. I am going to try break this down so that I do not end up writing too much... I currently work as part of a team within a charity which has been "acquired" in February, about 3 months ago now by another similar charity. Our team is on a contract that the original charity won and now we have TUPE'd over to the new charity on acquisition. Now this is where things start to get a little weird. We knew that the charity taking over also had a team in their area with the same or similar contract, with the same job titles a
  5. The Office of Fair Trading has revealed that it is looking into the proposed acquisition of MoneySavingExpert by price comparison site MoneySupermarket.com. Earlier this month, the price comparison site revealed that is was to acquire MoneySavingExpert for £87m. MoneySavingExpert was established in 2003 by personal finance journalist Martin Lewis. Lewis will become an employee of the MoneySupermarket.com group once the deal is completed and will be editor-in-chief of MoneySavingExpert. A £35m upfront cash payment will be made as part of the deal alongside approximately 22.1m MoneySupermar
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