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  1. Will try and keep this short, I owed United utilities £500 for water which they sent to scottcall. I worked with them (regret that now) and set up a £50 a month plan. I made the first payment via standing order so I didn't give them my details, it never arrived on my account. I loaded with UU who said they had resolved it and I had paid it wrong so scottcall kept it in a holding account. I have proof I sent it where they told me. I've kicked up a fuss been verbally abused by scottcall threatening to call at my house, so I inf
  2. Hi all..... My wife has just had a letter from scotcall saying they are going to send someone round about a debt we have... I have an arrangement with another DCA , DLC to pay this debt monthly and am happy to pay this as it is owed by us jointly. I rang scotcall and they said that they had been passed my wife's details by DLC and they could chase her for it. I pointed out to this person that I had an agreement with DLC , his reply was " she hasn't so we are chasing her ". I then told him that he had no right to send someone to my door without an appointment and if he
  3. hi all my wife has had a visit from a scottcall "debt collector" today wanting £102.twenty p from an old catalogue account now the last time we used that account was in 2005 and we swear down that we paid it but he said that they acquired it in 2009 can they force us to pay it plus it was in a old name because it threw her for a couple of minutes and she said she didn't know. when he said that he was going to the police do a fraud report and said to my wife to do the same thing and ring him when she got the incident number. so basically what do we do yours in hope dd
  4. i wrote to scotcall offering a full n final apyment on 2 debts, they wrote me back saying debt was passed back to original crediter in nov 08, i have pointed out that the letters i have from them are dated march 09! they have not responded LMAO i shall keep you updated
  5. I have recently returned to the folks house and found a letter from Trevor Munn regarding a Virgin Active account I thought I had dealt with. I joined Virgin Active on the 16/07/10 and went to my induction on the 21/07/10, however, the staff didn't turn up and I was stood around until I had to go to work. I asked to cancel my membership but an employee (Clare) of Virgin Active told me I couldn't and I was locked in for 12 months. I paid up my 12 months and thought that was that. Apparently, Virgin Active continued to debit my account and took 14 months and unilaterally rolled the co
  6. Hi, I had a policy with Admiral at the beggining of last year. I was with them for a couple of months when someone crashed into my parked car. My car was only worth £200 so it was an instant write off. The person who crashed into said they would pay me what the car is worth. I called Admiral and told them what had happened. I explained it was undrivable and it was a write off so I would not be needing the insurance anymore. They said as I was cancelling early I would need to pay one months payment which was £80 and then the policy would be cancelled. After the next months paymen
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