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I don't think such a letter exists, and even if it did, it would be of limited use.

 

Can you explain EXACTLY what the problems are, one by one, and then we can either create a letter from some templates put together, or can create a letter specifically for your case?

 

By the way, the deed of assignment is not something you can ask for. You mean the notice of assignment.

 

What is it you are trying to achieve?

 

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A reply to a DCA troll with a limited vocabulary

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bear-garden/131409-cheekiness-towards-dca-199.html#post1840093

 

A template letter accepting a full and final settlement

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/104668-cabot-windywoo-4.html#post1813490

 

A reply to ARE letter dated 13th November 20088

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/172657-mbna-letter-asking-me.html#post1863523

 

A reply to a naughty DCA suggesting that the alleged debtor was ignoring the poor dears, and promising a nice social visit

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-collection-industry/167422-help-needed-re-letters-3.html#post1850119

 

 

 

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ok---All i am trying to do is not actually avoid paying but paying back an agreed ,affordable amount- presently i do not agree with the amounts being claimed and i am just wandering if theer was a letter that i could specifically request this.

Also, if you could advice when someone simply states 'account in dispute' is that in itself alone to set aside a statutory demand- would the courts not want proof etc -- I am not sure who is supposd to prove what?

I have already previously informed capquest that i do not agree with amount being claimed but whenever they respond they will discuss in their letters everything else apart from my actual query..

I was becoming a little concerned that in court the judge will have no way of knowing who to belive that the amount was disputed?

Sorry for my naievety buy once again any help would be good

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ok---All i am trying to do is not actually avoid paying but paying back an agreed ,affordable amount- presently i do not agree with the amounts being claimed and i am just wandering if theer was a letter that i could specifically request this.

Also, if you could advice when someone simply states 'account in dispute' is that in itself alone to set aside a statutory demand- would the courts not want proof etc -- I am not sure who is supposd to prove what?

I have already previously informed capquest that i do not agree with amount being claimed but whenever they respond they will discuss in their letters everything else apart from my actual query..

I was becoming a little concerned that in court the judge will have no way of knowing who to belive that the amount was disputed?

Sorry for my naievety buy once again any help would be good

 

There has to be a reason for the account being in dispute. For instance, if you have sent off a CCA request and either haven't received a response in the specified time or the response you have received is inadequate.

 

It would be helpful if you could provide a few more details - the amount owed, whether or not you have CCA'd them - if so, what the response has been etc. What is it you dispute?

 

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ok---All i am trying to do is not actually avoid paying but paying back an agreed ,affordable amount- presently i do not agree with the amounts being claimed

 

If I read this right that would be the cause for dispute?

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If I read this right that would be the cause for dispute?

 

I don't know. I think there may well be a difference between disputing the amount owing and disputing the debt itself or its enforceablity.

 

I you dispute the amount owed, then it is best to send the SAR to find out how it has been made up, but I don't know if that in itself is enought to put the whole thing into dispute. That's why I think we need a few more details.

 

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Fred

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Thanks for the replies-

the 2 debts in question are large ( business failure)-

i know i owe some of the monies claimed but all i am after is to try and negotoiate with them a realistic repayment plan i have already SAR them both and CCA only applied to one( which i now have)-

The last poster has summed it up in that whayt i'd like to do is to throw some confusion on it so that they are willing to arrive at a payment plan

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