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  1. Hello everyone, In 2009, I got a job in another country and moved away from the UK. I informed my bank of my relocation, but allowed them continue to send my post to my old address because I visited the address whenever I returned to London from time to time. In 2012, I requested that the bank begin sending all correspondence to a new UK address where my wife's family resided and where I would have more regular access to post. In late September this year, a resident at my former apartment (who happens to be a friend of mine) informed me that I had numerous letters there.
  2. I'm wondering if you could possibly offer me any advice, like you have kindly given to many before me. The Task Enforcement came this morning at 7am to tell me that my car had been clamped, and that I could un-clamp it by paying a fee of £535 It all started on 22.07.2015 when I was contacted by my old landlady. She told me I was being chased by Bailiff's for unpaid Congestion Charge Penalty Notice. I realized that DVLA must still have my old address, so I immediately sent off my driving license, and also called the Congestion people. They said that I now owed about £270 from ent
  3. I have received a County Court Claim Form. We supplied some materials to a company/partnership and they made a mess of it and are trying to blame our materials and are claiming we advised them incorrectly as to the suitability of the materials we sold them. The name and address on the Form is not the same as detailed on our Invoices to them. We do recognize the guys name as one of the people that we were dealing with. He seems to be claiming as an individual rather than the company/partnership we dealt with. I have checked and they are not a limited company and could be a part
  4. Claimant: Arrow Global Ltd with: Drydensfairfax solicitor Original debt: MBNA CC Brief chronology: marital separation occurred 1st October 2007. Then through to 8th December 2008, my estranged wife continued to reside in our property (lets call it Property A). Thereafter she moved elsewhere, and I then took possession of Property A, where I have resided since. In January 2009, I wrote to all her debtors, advising of her change of residence. One of these debtors was MBNA in relation to a credit card. In fact I wrote twice to them in January 2009, for which I have copies of
  5. Hi all, We've been trying to deal with our debts with help from people on here for a few years and something happened yesterday which I'd appreciate some comments on; One of my OH's smaller creditors, a New Look store card (Ikano) has written to us to tell us that on 30th August, the account was sold to Lowell Financial and that our reduced repayment can just continue as normal, but to them instead. We've had these sort of letters before, so no problems there. HOWEVER; The letter was sent to my OH's EMPLOYER (to be precise, she left less than a month ago). Bearing in m
  6. When we moved house we got a non cable package. We soon learned that Virgin Media had the wrong address both me and the BT contacted them to have this changed. It took several months and loads of phone calls. For them to change it. They only managed to get it right when I cancelled their service. In the mean time our internet was terrible. It was slower than dial up and would disconnect several times a day. We tried contacted them but we always got the same rubbish answers that the fault was most likely in the house and they don't cover it. They offered speed tests but told us that
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