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  1. I have three defaults that are coming up for 6 yrs old ( 2 this month, 1 on Oct) On my credit history from noddle they show as default every month from then till now, with the balance decreasing until 2011 when I saw the ligh t / snapped and refused to pay anymore. Do those defaults automatically disapear after 6 yrs, or do I have to request Noddle to remove them ? There has been a flurry of activity on one this week when after being stayed for almost 2 yrs I've recieved a letter from Apex notifying that the debt has been transfered to them. As the account is in dispute ( if got as far as Weighmans going to a County Court and then offerening no evidence) I presume that they shoudn't have been sold this "Debt"? Thanks in advance for any answers and thanks for the advice I have spent the last X yrs absorbing.
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