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    • 😡🤬 Im so annoyed at talktalk i owe £20 payment ,But agen they tryed talking bfor due date & charge £7.50each time 3days bfor due they attempted ,no payment due date i put in but they tryed £26 id put 20 (iv bin told payments cant be taken bfor due date ?id already asked if they wouldt do agen),my bband was suspended Yet only ad 19 days left ,i tryed calling but left it like that i noticed emails going up to 168 i owed them Not a chance ,I got a call from debt agancy  i explained 5mins he told me they shut the line May an extra 6mths nrly ,😡 he sed he'd sort it .I herd nowt then out the blue a call from an angry lady as i didt no if a prank so i wudt give details out i felt bit uneasy as im on my own ,few days later same lady id defo say she tryed intimadating me ,Saying Ttalk ad sold the debt on im very disgusted as its not my debt (i was told write ask for all recorded calls id made iv herd nowt back) i was given a date for payment they tryed & did take bfor it charging me £19.99+ 22.50=£40+ for 1 mth ,I wozt told of a 7.50charge extra they kept breaking the days,the calls will prove everything ,Now im so mad 😡😡 selling it on i get but it did get to me as they cud of bin at my door not a call iv kept all my documents would it be worth reporting as im none the wiser if il get another call or wot ?? Thank you
    • Okay Thanks .. i will find and contact the ceo ..  I will keep updating here ..
    • When you say no correspondence, do you mean no notice to keeper from the authority and notices from TEC?   Or do you mean no notice from the bailiff?
    • So they offered 180 euros out of 768 pounds? That doesn't sound too great... but then I'm not sure if they were obliged to give you anything. Looks like people who bought year passes or "unlimited air fares" and the like have taken a heavy hit...   Does the 768 pounds include the time you spent in January, because at least then you'll have got some mileage out of it.   Otherwise you can "hope" for a 2nd lockdown which will extend your pass further since that's where we seem to be headed at the moment...
    • Ahh no worries at all  happy to help. Let us know how that went for the baggage! On a slightly more ominous note, looks like we're headed for corona hell again, but we can see how things are like Xmas time...
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      I bought some clothes online in may through Evans and paid through PayPal
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Just read the SD and they are a great help but just have another question. I have received an SD from a solicitor acting on behalf of his client. His client lent me some money and I had to pay an amount each week into a personal account which seem to be his wife's account. I did not sign any credit agreement, have never received a default notice.


I simply lost the paying in book and he not once phoned or sent a letter asking for payment. I was never given his address or phone number. I find this very bizarre for someone to issue an SD without even phoning to ask why payments have not been maintained.


Can I state this as unenforceable as I never signed a credit agreement.

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It depends on what they have written on the demand ? does it say under a written agreement ?

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