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  1. Hello all, today in the post i received a count court claim form, from mortimer clarke sloictors, regarding a old hsbc buisness accout that they terminated with a overdrawn ballance of £966, marlin1 europe own the debt ,with interest and cost total amout they are claiming is £1300 exactly, i will contest the claim in my local court after filling a defence as dont agree to pay marlin a large amout of money which i dont have for a debt they paid peanuts for , the account was opened 12/1/2008 marlin received it in 12/2/13,not sure of last payment on the account need to d
  2. Hi, hope you can help. DCA (Sigma) has issued a summons against me, the debt from an HSBC Overdraft Account having been sold to them: Fist port of call was forum/showthread.php?241827-Legal-Action-how-to-start-off.-IMPORTANT-IF-YOURE-BEING-SUED P.o.C (Particulars of Claim) NOTE: Cant post links yet but this provides additional info forum/showthread.php?349072-HSBC-DCA-has-issued-summons-for-interest-on-default-notice&p=3829736&viewfull=1#post3829736 forum/showthread.php?139265-Bryan-Carter-And-solicitors-how-to-defend-ccj-claim**WON**&am
  3. Hi all, Can anyone help me about this matter please!!! Between october 2009 to March 2010 - my tax credits from HM revenue and Customs was being paid to an HSBC account. I calculate the money to be around 1500 to 2000 pounds. I phoned HSBC and they are saying my account was closed in July 2007 and they can't trace any transactions after that date. History: This account and an overdraft were passed to Metropolitan and then to 1st credit as i had trouble I had already fully paid any outstanding money in April 2009. I have phoned 1st credit and they are saying the
  4. Hello, please can someone help me out. i have had a few loans from HSBC but no longer have the loan agreements or any documents with ref numbers on etc. How do i get copies of the loan agreements? Do i just write to the bank? Do i have to send money? Please help. Thanks Cristy
  5. In August 2005 I took out an HSBC Mortgage. In September 2005, I went back to university to study for a full-time MBA. To help with cash flow, HSBC kindly offered a 6-month payment holiday. I took the payment holiday option in December 2005 with the mortgage payment holiday ending end of May 2005. In June 2006 I received a call saying my mortgage account was 6-months overdue. I explained the Mortgage Holiday and was sternly told, “HSBC doesn’t do Mortgage Payment holidays – and all money must be immediately repaid.” WTF...? I arranged a payment plan to pay
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