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  1. This is about a water bill. I have neglected it but I can now pay off the arrears in one hit Court papers arrived today but with an incorrect surname - only out by one letter. However I would have expected a solicitor creating the papers to check they are all correct before issuing proceedings. now if I send the papers back to the court marked no such person at this address and pay the outstanding bill in the meantime can they do anything about th at (ie reissue papers and get a judgement)since it is their error and they did have never bothered to check their facts. This has b
  2. Hi to all have received some excellent advice via these forums in the past for which I've been extremely grateful so hoping someone may be able to help with a new query: Have received a claim form relating to an old Lloyds credit card, debt dates back to at least 2006, over the years has been passed from DCA to DCA, last DCA was Lowell who have now issued the claim via Bryan Carter solicitors I intend to dispute the claim although need some time to consider this as could be on a variety of issues so intend to return the acknowledgement of service ASAP as
  3. Following the death of my mother earlier this year I took over her house and landline. I contacted BT with the change over details - which they noted and accepted. However 6 months down the line... the bills are still showing my mothers name, and despite many phonecalls to 150 etc, all tthey keep advising me to do is "Pay whats owing - and we will make sure we get it right next time!" Im now informed they cannot "reissue" a bill showing my correct details. Apparently its now been passed to a higher level complaints team - but they are remaining adamant that I must pay it - (even
  4. Hello, Had a visit from the TV License goons a few months ago (when I accidentally opened the door thinking it was a parcel deliveryI had been waiting for) and was caught on the spot. Didn't let the guy inside and just stood at the door giving details while he filled in a form, the details I gave to the TVL guy were a mix of correct and false, first name was correct but gave a completely different fake/false surname, I should also mention that I never asked me to sign anything so they have nothing with my signature on it. This morning got a letter from the court saying has
  5. OK I do not, nor have I ever paid for a TV license. I know some people will think that is wrong, but I never watch live TV and actually only figured out a couple of months back that I can declare this to avoid paying it...rather than just ignoring their letters as I have been doing Anyway. Last year, 'I' got a letter from the TV license company..but instead of the usual 'to the occupier'..it had 'my' name on it. The first name was correct, however the surname is that of my partner. We are not, and never have been married, so I really do not understand it at all. It said I had signed some
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