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My son is travelling around the world, and has been out of UK for 4 years. His grandparents have received a notice addressed to him from regal credit demanding immediate settlement of a debt to Barclays Bank of 381.87.

My son had an account with Barclays bank 4 years ago, but closed it and transferred his funds to another bank.

This is the first demand received, my son's present uk bank has his grandparent's address.

I contacted my son, and he denies all knowledge of any debt outstanding with Barclays - what is the best way to proceed? I am unable to contact my son again for another week as he is out of range in New Zealand.

I would be grateful for any advice.

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Hi and welcome to CAG

 

Does the account number match with your sons account with them?If it does then I would suggest that your son sends a S.A.R data request from Barclays on the account. This has a fee payably of £10 the S.A.R can be found here http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/516-1-data-protection-act.html

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It's actually an offence to open someone else's mail (but I wouldn't worry about that in this matter). Any post addressed to your son at your grandparents address I would just advise that they write on it NOT KNOWN AT THIS ADDRESS. Eventually they'll get the message.

HAVE YOU BEEN TREATED UNFAIRLY BY CREDITORS OR DCA's?

 

BEWARE OF CLAIMS MANAGEMENT COMPANIES OFFERING TO WRITE OFF YOUR DEBTS.

 

 

Please note opinions given by rory32 are offered informally as a lay-person in good faith based on personal experience. For legal advice, you must always consult a registered and insured lawyer.

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Hi - my son has no idea what his bank account number was - should I send the subject access letter with just his name and details? - as to what his grandparents should do - well they open his mail at his request - but it is only his current bank who have their address - and they share his name. I am concerned they are will be badgered by the regal credit.

My son has no debts to his knowledge in UK - but he doesnt want to get a bad credit rating in case he ever returns to UK in the future.

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Hi, not sure the correct way to post replies, but thanks for your quick reply. My son has no idea what his account number was 4 years ago, he has been living abroad for 4 years and of course has not got paperwork anymore. should he send that SAR with just his name and old address?

 

In reply to Rory, his grandparents have his permission to open letters, but only his current uk bank have their address. I am concerned that they will be badgered into paying this debt for him. He doesnt want to lose his credit rating in Uk in case he returns there. As far as he is aware there is no debt outstanding in UK.

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