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MBNA sold debts that belonged to both me and my husband. Idem bought mine, Moorcroft bought my husbands. I emailed Idem regarding reduced payments that I would make, and eventually they responded agreeing to my reduced amount. However, Moorcroft ignore emails (sent day after day) and they will not reply despite my husband requesting that they not call, but put in writing instead. They call anyway, and to whomever called, I asked them not to call, but to respond to my husband's emails - however, the chap then called my husband's mobile immediately! I got a statement from Idem, and in exactly the same marked envelope (same return address, same statement format) my husband had one from Moorcroft. Does anyone know if this is the same company??? It's really cheesing me off that Moorcroft ignore all the emails. Also, they're sneaky so-and-so's: they are based hundreds of miles away from us, and yet they call the landline using a local number that they must buy to use, to look like they're someone local calling us - idiots! It doesn't take long for me to recognise the number and ignore it. But, they're making me so mad!!! I think I'm wasting my time re-sending the same emails but at least it proves the point that they're ignoring us, dispite contacting them on a daily basis!
Hello All A work colleague of mine sold a van a few years ago. He did not complete the DVLA paperwork as the dealer wanted to onward sell the vehicle which happened shortly afterwards. About a week later it was involved in an accident and the other party which was a business, after several years of sporadic mail issued and obtained a County Court Judgement for damages, this despite knowing that my colleague was not at the time the owner or keeper. He did not know about this having moved house several times but recently had the unpleasant experience of Bailiffs knocking. I helped him to apply for a Set aside which stopped the Bailiffs and the Hearing is in May. The set aside application included several bits of evidence (receipts etc) to the court which I presume would have been served to the other side. My question is this; the opposing solicitors have twice written asking what evidence we intend to produce in Court. Am I right in thinking that we only need to provide our statements and evidence to them seven clear days before the Hearing? If we fail to communicate to them before that are we contravening any protocols? I see no reason why we need to tell them anything and thus assist them to counter our application before the seven days specified by the normal court process. They are cut throats and got a judgement against someone who had not damaged their client's vehicle or been the owner/keeper at the time. I would welcome any comments from forum members. Many thanks.