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  1. Hi, My partner recently received a legal document addressed to a similar name to hers at her parents address. The first name was wrong but began with the correct letter, the surname was correct. The letter suggested that the case had already been to court and that she had 7 days to pay approx £350 or the bailiffs would be round. After some investigation and phoning the companies on the summons, we discovered it was in relation to a TV Licence offence, committed in March 2014 at a flat where my partner had lived up until 2011. Also, as my partner had left on goo
  2. Hi, I'm posting on behalf of my sister. My sister received a debt letter for a catalogue debt which is not hers (they used her maiden name, which she has not used for 20 years). She spoke to them on the phone ( before she told me about it) and it is my other sister which has used her details. My sister phoned the local police and got a log no which she passed on to Lowell. Lowell have now responded that they have spoken to their client and account was taken out at my parent's address in 2009 and because it is a family member it is a civil matter.
  3. London payday loan company, QuickQuid, records all its phone calls – but they objected when I said I was recording the call too. I was trying to complain that someone pretending to be me had borrowed £400 from them at 5,200% APR interest - and that I was not responsible for paying back the loan, as QuickQuid was demanding. Hear what happened:
  4. Hi Guys, I'm rather new on this forum and I have a unique situation that I hope I can get some advice on. At the end of last year (2010), I was refused credit, I subsequently registered on creditexpert and found out that I had a CCJ registered against me, another default with British Gas at a house that I never lived at and a mobile phone that was settled, but after massive payment problems. I will be honest, I know who the perpetrator was... I bought a house for my brother in 2007. He was living at the address where I got a CCJ. My condition on buying this house was that
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