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Around a month ago I requested my credit file,I got a big shock when I saw a default for a £16,000 second mortgage with GE money.I contacted them straight away to try and get to the bottom of it and knowing I had never applyed for such debt or consented to it being in my name.They said the would dig up the file to check about the possible fraud, put it in dispute and contact me back.

It was listed under the address which I lived at with my ex wife.She had the mortgage on the house in her name only as at the time I was a sole trader and had a finacial disassociation from her so my business creditors could not look to the house to recover any bad debt.

 

I was aware she took a loan but I saw no agreement and signed nothing,I left the property in April 07 and she left Dec 07 changing her name and running away from the mortgage and number of debts,I have had hardly any contact since then but do know what name she is useing and a possible address.

 

Today I have recived a default notice in my name.I have once again phoned GE money and explained,they have asked me to send 3 proofs of my signature so they can check.

It seems they are going to try and get this money from me,I told them she had changed her name they did not even ask what to.

 

I really need to get this off my file and dont know what to do,should I contact police?

If anyone could can give me any advice it would be much appreciated.

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Do not send your signature.

 

I wouldn't suggest for a minute that an agreement would suddenly appear from GE Money with your signiture on it, but it has happened in the past with some companies. So be careful.

 

I would CCA them. Send letter N from this link

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/debt-bailiffs-advice/20758-creditors-dcas-letter-templates.html

 

Put on the top that you do not acknowlege any debt to their company.

You will need to send a postal order for £1. Do not send a cheque as you will have to sign it and do not sign your letter. Send it recorded delivery.

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just recieved back a letter from GE Money asking for 3 sample signitures which i am not going to send them of course. I wrote to them in the first place asking for the original agreement and told them i would not be supplying them with signitures, i sent them a £1 postal order with this request which as far as i am aware is the price i should pay for the agreement. does any1 have or know of any usefull links to template letters i can use or just some good advice.

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