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  1. Hi All, I was in the shower this morning when I missed a visit from a DCA called "Resolvecall". They had written to me a few weeks ago threatening a doorstep visit but I didn't think they actually would. You can imagine my surprise when I saw a brown envelope on the doormat this morning with my name handwritten on it. Postcard inside they "called today for the 1st time regarding your account" with a ref number and number to call (an 0844 one ). I'm currently living with my parents (due to job loss) so obviously this is causing me more stress and worry as I don't want them having to
  2. Hello all. As this is my first post i'm trying to keep this as legible as possible, bear with me. For the past three months I have had several DCA's on my back for debts (some are legitimate some are not) and it has reached the point where some are threatening action/home visits and such and frankly phoning my parent's home more than half a dozen times a day. Most of these debts are relatively minor (the biggest is £133) so obviously i would prefer not to blot my future credit due to bad circumstances at the moment. My uncle died a few months ago on my 23rd birthday and as
  3. This is my first post, so I'm hoping that I'm posting in the right section. My problem is that I've received several letters from E.on threatening to send people to my house and charge £30 for this. I wrote to them about 2.5 - 3 years ago refusing all visits (with the obvious exception of meter readers, which are not chargeable), and insisting that all communication had to be in writing only. However, they have still sent people out to visit in person, and applied charges to my account. Although they ignored my initial letter telling them not to visit, they have replied to one letter I
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