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GM firstly a note to say this is a temp. thread as all of my previously started threads are currently lost in cyberspace. Bit of history:- Credit card first taken out in August 1999. Hubby always been self employed. DMP started in 2008 Stopped payments in 2009 and account charged off and has since been passed to several DCA's but I have dealt with them all by CCA requests which none have been able to comply with. SAR requested in March this year in an attempt to get the CCA and all statements to do PPI claim. Information received in June. Looking through the mountain of paperwork received it would appear that the account was opened in 1999, but then in 2001, closed and the balance transfered to a new card, which is the account being pursued. So, I have received some, but not al,l statements from original account, and application form/agreement (presume it's the CCA) that has been filled in by bank, PPI selected by bank and clearly stating self employment status so shouldn't be a problem claiming this back. However, Lloyds still have not supplied a CCA for when the transfer took place, they have so far sent me 3 reconstituted agreements following my CCA request for this account, but what they sent relates to the previous account. I'm flummoxed ! - and pretty annoyed at their suggestion that I am trying to "write off a legitimately owed debt " I have written to them several times pointing out that I am not trying to do this, but I am just trying to confirm the amount owed either by me to them or indeed them to me. They just keep sending me duplicate letters. I might be being pedantic, and perhaps I should just go ahead and send claims for both accounts, but without the CCA for the later account I'm not sure if both accounts are 1 in the same. There is nothing in the SAR paperwork that indicates the closing of 1 account and transfer to new account other than the statements and 2 account numbers. I don't trust Lloyds (or any other bank ) as I have several disputes going on with them at the moment and have learnt that will do anything to avoid admitting responsibility. I've spent hours and hours going through others' threads trying to find a similar situation but no joy. Any advice or suggestions as to where I go from here?