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I have an old credit card debt for under £1,000. The DCA that bought the debt from the CC company have chased it for years but I'm certain about a third of it is made up of charges.

The DCA(1) got another DCA(2) to chase it and I requested a CCA (registered post) from them(DCA2). They didn't reply and eventually DCA1 were back harrassing me.

I sent a CCA request to DCA1 (not registered unfortunately) and they didn't respond.

Now they have sent me a Statutory Demand by 2nd class post. I have sent another CCA request (registered with £1 payment).

I know that the chances of them going through with a bankruptcy petition are slim but I want to cover myself and get the SD set aside. So these are my questions:

 

1. What should I put down as my reason to get the SD set aside?

 

2. If it doesn't get set aside and they went ahead with the petition what would my options be?

 

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Hi Denver,

 

As you hijacked my thread I'm gonna hijack yours!!:mad: lol

 

There are some useful tips on my thread but i assume you've read all them by now. i did come across the thread below tonight though and it's very helpful indeed and has what you need, good luck and may we both prosper!

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/86067-getting-statutory-demand-set.html

 

Regards

 

Carl

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