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  1. Hi. I am currently on similar predicament, https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?479254-Arrow-Shoos-SPC-Old-NewDay-Aqua-Credit-Card-Debt-***Claim-Dismissed-no-DN***/page5 after reviewing all the posts and efforts to divert this debt I am in the thinking that there is only 1 outcome and that is to repay the debt in some form. Is it possible to phone the original debt collector and arrange some kind of repayment plan, or should I simply fill in the C2 on response form for time to pay and send to the sheriff. Thanks for all the information provided between the posters, but I don’t think there is any avoidance in paying these small credit card debts with this new Simple Procedure Notice of claim. I don’t like giving up, so please don’t think that of me. Regards
  2. Hi long story attempted to be short. Son leased a care from Peugeot back in 2013. year and half later he landed a job as a rep, therefore got a company car. He decided to voluntary hand back the Peugeot at the beginning of this year, as it was costing him near £300 a month. After lots of arguments with the company and the insurance company, they finally agreed to the voluntary hand back of the car. The car was finally collected at the end of September. It had been parked up since January and not used. The car was immaculate inside and had general wear and tear on the outside, no major dents/ scratches or anything. However today a letter is received by son from RMS Receivables, saying that he is in default of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 under s86E ???? they are claiming that there is £250 worth of dents and scratches on the car that " the vehicle is found to be damaged over and above industry fair wear and tear" and payment is to be made in the next few days. How do they determine industry fair wear and tear? My son has not had any bumps accidents in this vehicle and it has not been driven since January 2015. I want to support him in disputing this but how do I go about it? Any ideas?
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