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Hey guys, I received a suspicious mail from EOS solutions requesting me to pay £73 that they think I owe to EDF. The address is correct and I lived in this address during the stated period of time (two weeks) when this fee was generated. However, there are weird things regarding this issue: 1. I am renting the property through a letting agency. All of the bills are included in the rent. Therefore I have not signed any contract with any energy supplying company as the agency is in charge of paying the bills. 2. I share this flat with other 5 people, but I
I have received a letter informing me of an outstanding payment. I don't know anything about this debt. They haven't said how much I have to pay or who I should pay the money to. I have emailed them a few times and haven't received a response. Who are they and what should I do?
Hi guys, I hope someone can read my story and help me out a bit with this A couple months ago I sold my computer on eBay to someone with a good, trusty account with great feedback. He paid using PayPal (at which point I transferred the money to my bank account) and he collected the PC later that day. Right after he leaves my house, I get an email from PayPal saying the transaction had been reversed because of suspicious activity. The guy was gone. Later that day I found that my PP account had been limited and I was on negative -£1500 (the price of the computer).
Hey everyone. Basically I need your help! I sold a £250 ring on Ebay about 10 months ago now. Sent it, buyer was not happy saying it was fake, returned it but it was in terrible condition. Broken box etc and I later on sold it for a much lower price. Obviously he disagreed, opened a paypal case and paypal took my money. Left my paypal in negative etc. I had letters from debt collectors shortly after saying to pay, i then heard nothing for about 2 months until today! Received a letter from EOS Solutions UK PLC. 20th June 2011 Reference: Client: Paypal Private LTD Amount: £2