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  1. Dear All, I need your advise, I was taken to Court 4 years ago by Cabot Financials and I won, the case was dismissed. Now Cabot is back writing threatening letters demanding payments and even passing on the accounts (the same ones they were defeated on) to external collection agency. What I want to know is can I drag Cabot back to County Court and claim compensation for harrassment and possibly contempt of court? is there a provision in law for this type of action? Thank You
  2. im not sure whether this i the right forum ..maybe someone can assist if not. i have a debt on which a ccj was granted sometime ago. The debt has recently been acquired by Cabot Finance and although I have not missed a payment and the debt will be fully cleared within 10 years, Solicitors for Cabot wish to review the payments and have asked me to fill in an income and expenditure form. Do I have to complete this. ..am i legally bound to do so? and surely any changes in payments (which incidentally i cannot afford) would have to be agreed and subject to
  3. I have recently run into Cabot Finance, an experience that I would not wish upon anyone . The problem I have is as follows: 1. Following the sale of my house due to mental illness in 2001, I asked Barclays to close the current acount associated with my mortgage. 2. In 2009, whilst checking my credit file I was made aware that there was a default against my name logged by Barclays. (I have a copy of this credit record). The debt had arisen, not because of a credit agreement per se, but because Barclays had made an error. The debt was the accumulation of account fees that had been char
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