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What should I be asking Marlin?

 

Sorry Phatram, it seems to me that when he got the charging order he was not in the know of how things should perhaps work. Not sure really, but the important point to me which may or may not apply to you is who actually owns the debt? It seems that when this fellow pushed and complained Marlin just 'assigned it back to MBNA' but wouldnt show any documentation to prove any of the assignments. Neither would they show results of their investigation. Which speaks volumes. Their bluff was called and they just handed it back. Someone somewhere was lying.

 

Sorry if it doesnt srticlty apply to you but it just jumped out at me as similar situations.

 

Should you be asking of proof of ownership of the debt perhaps? I am not very wise to this stuff yet so apologies if i am talking rubbish :-)

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Phatram, did you ever receive a letter from Marlins/MBNA advising that there had indeed been an assignment ?


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The ones I posted earlier in the thread.page 46 ? sorry im doing this on my phone not near pc.

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Erm, tis a long thread :lol: I will have a look back over the thread later on :)


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I've seen no proof of who owns the debt. As in the film .

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What should I do now? I don't think I should be ringing Restons, surely that is not a good idea?

 

Ok, well you did indeed receive notice of the assignment and as they claim to have all the rights and benefits, then they must be aware of the CCJ and CO.

 

You could if you wish write to MBNA's Head Office and ask what they are playing at. ? You could say you believe when they assigned the account they did not give the full circumstances of the account and that it was subjec to a CCJ and CO. That the new owner claim to know nothing of this and are trying to draw you into a situation that might make you fall foul of the court order.

 

You could send a copy of the letter to Marlin & Restons.

 

Head your letter to MBNA an official complaint - they are obliged to investigate within 8 weeks and if they dont, then you can take your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman.


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As you home is jointly owned they cannot force a sale. The charging order only entitles them to be notified if ever the house is sold.

Should you advise them of this after any proceeds have been disbursed that's hard cheese for them.

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The guy in the film says he wanted proof of the assignment. Think i will ask for that too.

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He says they have sold the promissary and the proceeds are his which is theft.

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Will someone please put the vid link in a sticky in the debt/dca forum.

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Will someone please put the vid link in a sticky in the debt/dca forum.

 

He also does a fantastic video on how the credit system works which is well worth 55 minutes of anyones time. I appreciate it has been done to death but it really comes across as clear to understand and can only be helpful when dealing with banks and dca's.

 

Here it is for anyone interedted.

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He says they have sold the promissary and the proceeds are his which is theft.

 

 

Sorry this is "promissary note" rubbish is from the Freedom of the Land crowd. You will NOT get to see the deed of assignment which is the contract between the seller and purchaser. You have received a Notice of Assignment which is acceptable.

 

The video will not be made a stikky !!


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Please be aware that people have taken this type of thing to court and lost big time.


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As you home is jointly owned they cannot force a sale. The charging order only entitles them to be notified if ever the house is sold.

Should you advise them of this after any proceeds have been disbursed that's hard cheese for them.

G

 

This is correct, if it was a single debt then they should only have been able to obtain a restriction on that portion of the property that is the debtors.


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Sorry this is "promissary note" rubbish is from the Freedom of the Land crowd. You will NOT get to see the deed of assignment which is the contract between the seller and purchaser. You have received a Notice of Assignment which is acceptable.

 

The video will not be made a stikky !!

 

 

Sorry if this came across the wrong way, i was just trying to point the OP to the assignment paperwork mentioned in the video in case they were getting cheeky in that respect. I cant confess to knowing about freemen stuff but i just noticed the similarity in the Marlin/MBNA bits that Phatram has got going. Also to throw in their sending it back to MBNA kind of made me think can you actually trust anything they say?

 

Apologies if this has derailed anywhere, it wasnt my intention.

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This is correct, if it was a single debt then they should only have been able to obtain a restriction on that portion of the property that is the debtors.

 

Its my debt,nothing to do with my wife.

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Its my debt,nothing to do with my wife.

 

Then it is most unlikely they will be able to force a sale - even more unlikely as you have been paying the Judgment order.


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If you really feel the need to do anything, then follow the advice I gave you in post # 931 :)


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Cheers folks. I will pay my debt but hate being ripped off and harrassed by crooks. I fight back. :-):-):-)

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Letter from Restons wanting me to increase payments from £100pm. R Soles are they !

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Harrassment letter? Will post letter when my pc is repaired.

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Simply respond by saying that your circumstances have not changed and that you will continue to maintain payments as they are.


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They have got worse, hours cut at work. Wonder if they will let me pay less ha ha ha .

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If that is the case, then advise that whilst your situation has worsened, you are prepared to maintain the payments you have agreed.

 

If they continue with the harrasment, then send them the lesser amount !!


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I wish but the court agreed with my offer of £100pm.

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