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I have just received a letter headed 'Notice of Legal Proceedings " from a credit card company , who I have cca 'd and would seem to have an un enforcable agreement . They have had 'in dispute ' letters from myself so should be aware of the situation . The Dca arm of the credit card have ' recommended' to their principle that 'solicitors should be instructed to commence court proceedings ' . This has got me jittery , is it a standard threat-ogram as indicated by the use of modal verbs "may ' and "should ' ?

if they do commence legal action is it nessercery to send me anything else ? I have seen statutory demands mentioned on this forum .

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It's a threat-o-gram

The only time to worry is if they send you a stat demand but if, as you say, the agreement is duff then there's not much to worry about.


If you do get an SD, help will be out there.



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