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  1. Have received a letter from MMF addressing me by my former surname (renounced in 2009). "We write further to our previous communications [blah blah] yet to receive a reply. If you have more than one account with us, you will find the breakdown enclosed." I have received no previous communications regarding the customer reference number given, there is no breakdown of the alleged debt, nor even a hint as to who the original creditor might be. The "balance" (£350.00) is also suspiciously nice and neat. I've dealt with these muppets before when they re-defaulted me for a fictitious Cash Genie default. Could do with cutting to the chase with them to avoid similar hassles.
  2. I have only just found the CAG forums and the the help they provide and unfortunately have to provide my defence by FRIDAY - 2 days time. Particulars of Claim The Claimant claims payment of the overdue balance due from the Defendants(s) under a contract between the Defendant(s) and HSBC Bank PLC dated on or about 06/03/2002 and assigned to the claimant on 20/02/2013 in the sum of 14331.37 PARTICULARS a/c no:- xxxxxxx DATE ITEM VALUE 08/05/2013 Default Balance 14331.37 Post Refrl Cr NIL TOTAL:- 14331.37 the solicitors doing this are Restons Solicitors Ltd of Warrington. I have been reading the forums for a few hours now and they seem to highlight some things such as the fact that the agreement is recorded as prior to 2006 so documentation requirements are more rigorous. I have also seen some wordings where people have highlighted the issue that it is impossible to defend such a vague claim for monies, but putting this into something that I can sensibly submit seems still a daunting task. All help is appreciated Thanks
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