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  1. My question that I do not seem to get an answer for is this... Is my debt with Natwest time barred or do the inhibition and intimation affect it? I have worked to pay off/clear all my debts totalling about £20k but there is one I just cannot seem to be rid of. An overdraft of £600 that turned into a debt of £8k due to their charges and interests! Here's a brief timeline. . 2006 Default occurred. . 13.9.2011 an inhibition was granted by the Sheriff's court . At this point we had paid back much more than the original £600 and refused to pay any more. writi
  2. cancookwill

    Amex /Allied

    Amex this week have just passed my wife's account to Allied the account is a gold card we ran into a little trouble and we haven't been able to pay in full I had hopped to be able to deal directly with Amex on this smatter as it is only a few months overdue unfortunately Amex have pulled the trigger rather quickly Allied haven't written to us yet they have just started with phone calls and an email I just wanted to get plan of action started pre harassment from Allied And to see if there is any way I can just deal with Amex Many thanks in advance cancookwill
  3. Hi, I'm a little concerned. I moved into a property mid March. I rent, and when I moved in the letting agent transferred our energy supply from Npower to Spark Energy. I didn't want this, so as soon as the transfer was complete, I arranged to move to British Gas. I had a final bill from Npower (though it took some time) for the first 4 weeks, taking us onto Mid-April. British Gas then took over from Spark at the end of May. Till then, I'd not had a bill from Spark, I logged into my account and made a payment of £100 anyway, which was a rough figure I reckon I'd hav
  4. Allied Int phoned today regards an alleged AMEX CC account in dispute. CCA compliant with Sec 61(1) of CCA1974 requested on 1oth Sept. In reply came recon agreement no signatures and a load of T&Cs. Failed to supply letter sent 27th December. Early Jan letter saqying account being sourced to outside agents for recovery. Meanwhile charges and interest still being added to account. Refused to answer Allied questions just stated account in dispute until such time as requested CCA is received.
  5. had a pi granted to me from the bank of Scotland but Nat west has gave it to allied international credit.Who are these credit people thanks chris:?:
  6. Since Christmas I have been receiving phone calls from a company called Allied International, Over the last few weeks it’s been every day. This company asks me to identify myself for security, to which I have refused, because I do not know who there are, I get a lot of calls from PPI and other such companies, each time they stated that a letter had been posted, I have told them that they are phoning a business number and I have not received any letter. I looked them up on the internet, to find that they are a debt company, this lead me to this site.
  7. Hi, I'm in need of help. I took a loan out with Northern Rock approx eight plus years ago. I lost my job and was unable to pay the loan. I agreed a repayment amount with them and payed this for quite a while. I fell into further financial difficulties and stopped payments altogether. They have now moved my loan to another company for them to collect. The company is called Allied International Credit (UK) Limited. I've now received a letter from them which says the following - CLIENT NAME - NORTHERN ROCK (ASSETMANAGEMENT) CLIENT REF NO - I won't state this for obvious reas
  8. ]Hi, I owe £950 to Natwest, and they have passed it onto AIC. AIC previously accepted £10 per month from me, but have now sent me a letter with a financial statement that they want me to fill and and return within 10 days showing all my salary, my employer, and my outgoings. Do I have to give them this information, or should I just throw the letter away and carry on paying as much as I can each month (minimum of £10) thanks for any advice Philip
  9. Hey there, Just had a call from a relative from a previous home address telling me Allied International have a 'urgent personal message' for me. So I google'd who there were before calling and thank god I did because it led me to a long thread with years of history on these forums. First of all as of a few years I no longer live in the UK, I now reside in France everything written below has happened since I'm in France. I'm 99% sure its to do with an overdraft I have with Natwest, after a few conversations months ago where Natwest had setup a repayment plan with me then jus
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