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  1. Hi I'm new to the forums and would really appreciate any help as I don't know what to do. I'm having problems after sending a CCA to Jacamo and Reliable Collections, they sent back an unsigned CCA, so I sent a default notice then received this letter below: Dear XXXXXXXXXXX Re: Account Number XXXXXXXXXXX Thank you for your email. We have noted your assertion that you did not sign the credit agreement in respect of the above account. In the absence of any valid dispute over the conponents that make up the balance of your account we consider your assertion that y
  2. Back in 1997, I helped my mother who is mentally ill and physically disabled enter a payment plan to help pay her £200 debt off to JD Williams (T/A Ambrose Wilson). By 1999 we noticed that the amount she owed was not going down so I wrote and asked for a full statement which was revived within a couple of weeks. I noted that although they had in fact frozen the interest and had not added any charges all her payments were showing as a debit to the account and not a credit, so I highlighted the transactions and wrote off to JD Williams for an explanation, we heard nothing and time went by a
  3. Hiya Everyone, I haven't posted here before, So i will introduce myself briefly, My name is Linzi Iddles, I am 26 years old with 1 little boy and a girl due on boxing day. I have been married since July 10th this year, and my questions are in relation to my husbands debts. When myself and my husband got together, it was clear to me that he had some debts with catalogues opened by an ex girlfriend, But i wasn't aware how much they came to. We have now come to nearly 10k and i am slowly and surely getting more and more stressed by the daily letters coming in demanding money and threa
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