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    • I can wholeheartedly confirm that 'Connex Me' is a subsidiary in contract to many DEBT COLLECTION agencies. DO NOT REPLY TO THEM at all. What their business plan is : They contact larger debt agenises and offer their services to collect 'debts that they have been unable to collect ' The fact some of these alleged debts will be over 13 years old  and lawfully 'STATUE BARRED' for collection does not phase them, as the mentality is ; if the debtor receives the warning letter they will pay up finally. 'Connex' or 'Connex me' is not a registered company, and is not affiliated to the Financial Conduct Authority. It has no legal powers! How they make their grubby funds is by passing on your 'confessed' new address, email ,phone number OR new married name: to the chasing debt collection agency that presumably on final collection from you will pay 'Connex' or 'Connex me' a pre agreed commission. All you then get are many emails , letters and dribble threatening you with court action. Why you may ask, 'If they know my address why do the original debt company not contact me?' Ask yourself: If I was a debt collection agency having spent many staff hours trying to collect a debt we bought from (say) B&Q for a percentage pittance and failed to find the debtor (way back when) its a debt they file away. UNTILL, smarty pants 'Connex or Connex Me', phone them up and say; 'hey Black Horse Finance (allegedly) got any debts you can't collect , you do how much? They reply Mr Terra-Firma owes us £1,000 from 200 years ago. If you can find him or her and collect the money we will may you 10% ie £100. Connex then do a track and trace on electoral role, wedding certification, name printed in local papers, facebook etc and get you to own up  by 'subliminal' contact vaguely suggesting you have come into money or long lost relative/friend wants to contact you. WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS by attacking the subconscious of the target..YOU!
    • I can wholeheartedly confirm that 'Connex Me' is a subsidiary in contract to many DEBT COLLECTION agencies. DO NOT REPLY TO THEM at all. What their business plan is : They contact larger debt agenises and offer their services to collect 'debts that they have been unable to collect ' The fact some of these alleged debts will be over 13 years old  and lawfully 'STATUE BARRED' for collection does not phase them, as the mentality is ; if the debtor receives the warning letter they will pay up finally. 'Connex' or 'Connex me' is not a registered company, and is not affiliated to the Financial Conduct Authority. It has no legal powers! How they make their grubby funds is by passing on your 'confessed' new address, email ,phone number OR new married name: to the chasing debt collection agency that presumably on final collection from you will pay 'Connex' or 'Connex me' a pre agreed commission. All you then get are many emails , letters and dribble threatening you with court action. Why you may ask, 'If they know my address why do the original debt company not contact me?' Ask yourself: If I was a debt collection agency having spent many staff hours trying to collect a debt we bought from (say) B&Q for a percentage pittance and failed to find the debtor (way back when) its a debt they file away. UNTILL, smarty pants 'Connex or Connex Me', phone them up and say; 'hey Black Horse Finance (allegedly) got any debts you can't collect , you do how much? They reply Mr Terra-Firma owes us £1,000 from 200 years ago. If you can find him or her and collect the money we will pay you 10% ie £100. Connex then do a track and trace on electoral role, wedding certification, name printed in local papers, facebook etc and get you to own up  by 'subliminal' contact vaguely suggesting you have come into money or long lost relative/friend wants to contact you. WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS by attacking the subconscious of the target..YOU! I can wholeheartedly confirm that 'Connex Me' is a subsidiary in contract to many DEBT COLLECTION agencies. DO NOT REPLY TO THEM at all. What their business plan is : Connex; contact larger debt agenises and offer their services to collect 'debts that they have been unable to collect ' The fact some of these alleged debts will be over 13 years old  and lawfully 'STATUE BARRED' for collection does not phase them, as the mentality is ; if the debtor receives the warning letter they will pay up finally. 'Connex' or 'Connex me' is not a registered company, and is not affiliated to the Financial Conduct Authority. It has no legal powers! How they make their grubby funds is by passing on your 'confessed' new address, email ,phone number OR new married name: to the chasing debt collection agency that presumably on final collection from you will pay 'Connex' or 'Connex me' a pre agreed commission. All you then get are many emails , letters and dribble threatening you with court action. Why you may ask, 'If they know my address why do the original debt company not contact me?' Ask yourself: If you were a debt collection agency having spent many staff hours trying to collect a debt we bought from (say) B&Q for a percentage pittance and failed to find the debtor (way back when) its a debt they file away. UNTILL, smarty pants 'Connex or Connex Me', phone them up and say; 'hey Black Horse Finance (allegedly) got any debts you can't collect , you do, how much? They reply Mr Terra-Firma owes us £1,000 from 200 years ago. If you can find him or her and collect the money we will may you 10% ie £100. Connex then do a track and trace on electoral role, wedding certification, name printed in local papers, facebook etc and get you to own up  by 'subliminal' contact vaguely suggesting you have come into money or some long lost relative/friend wants to contact you. WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS by attacking the subconscious of the target..YOU! Ignore the letter, its the best advise you will ever receive. All the best, Lud Milton.
    • I can wholeheartedly confirm that 'Connex Me' is a subsidiary in contract to many DEBT COLLECTION agencies. DO NOT REPLY TO THEM at all. What their business plan is : They contact larger debt agenises and offer their services to collect 'debts that they have been unable to collect ' The fact some of these alleged debts will be over 13 years old  and lawfully 'STATUE BARRED' for collection does not phase them, as the mentality is ; if the debtor receives the warning letter they will pay up finally. 'Connex' or 'Connex me' is not a registered company, and is not affiliated to the Financial Conduct Authority. It has no legal powers! How they make their grubby funds is by passing on your 'confessed' new address, email ,phone number OR new married name: to the chasing debt collection agency that presumably on final collection from you will pay 'Connex' or 'Connex me' a pre agreed commission. All you then get are many emails , letters and dribble threatening you with court action. Why you may ask, 'If they know my address why do the original debt company not contact me?' Ask yourself: If I was a debt collection agency having spent many staff hours trying to collect a debt we bought from (say) B&Q for a percentage pittance and failed to find the debtor (way back when) its a debt they file away. UNTILL, smarty pants 'Connex or Connex Me', phone them up and say; 'hey Black Horse Finance (allegedly) got any debts you can't collect , you do how much? They reply Mr Terra-Firma owes us £1,000 from 200 years ago. If you can find him or her and collect the money we will pay you 10% ie £100. Connex then do a track and trace on electoral role, wedding certification, name printed in local papers, facebook etc and get you to own up  by 'subliminal' contact vaguely suggesting you have come into money or long lost relative/friend wants to contact you. WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS by attacking the subconscious of the target..YOU! I can wholeheartedly confirm that 'Connex Me' is a subsidiary in contract to many DEBT COLLECTION agencies. DO NOT REPLY TO THEM at all. What their business plan is : Connex; contact larger debt agenises and offer their services to collect 'debts that they have been unable to collect ' The fact some of these alleged debts will be over 13 years old  and lawfully 'STATUE BARRED' for collection does not phase them, as the mentality is ; if the debtor receives the warning letter they will pay up finally. 'Connex' or 'Connex me' is not a registered company, and is not affiliated to the Financial Conduct Authority. It has no legal powers! How they make their grubby funds is by passing on your 'confessed' new address, email ,phone number OR new married name: to the chasing debt collection agency that presumably on final collection from you will pay 'Connex' or 'Connex me' a pre agreed commission. All you then get are many emails , letters and dribble threatening you with court action. Why you may ask, 'If they know my address why do the original debt company not contact me?' Ask yourself: If you were a debt collection agency having spent many staff hours trying to collect a debt we bought from (say) B&Q for a percentage pittance and failed to find the debtor (way back when) its a debt they file away. UNTILL, smarty pants 'Connex or Connex Me', phone them up and say; 'hey Black Horse Finance (allegedly) got any debts you can't collect , you do, how much? They reply Mr Terra-Firma owes us £1,000 from 200 years ago. If you can find him or her and collect the money we will may you 10% ie £100. Connex then do a track and trace on electoral role, wedding certification, name printed in local papers, facebook etc and get you to own up  by 'subliminal' contact vaguely suggesting you have come into money or some long lost relative/friend wants to contact you. WHEN IN FACT THEY ARE LINING THEIR OWN POCKETS by attacking the subconscious of the target..YOU! Ignore the letter, its the best advise you will ever receive. All the best, Lud Milton.
    • It because you an opportunity to invite the court to make a discretionary award of damages above the value of the item you are claiming. I don't think it's an opportunity to go crazy. A hundred quid would be quite a significant victory which would make your point very nicely
    • Did you ever get any explanation from POPLA BB about their confusing behaviour?
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Hi

 

Some years ago I had a Natwest credit card which defaulted with £120 outstanding.

 

Before the default I was making payments to a debt recovery company called 'Triton Credit Services' to bring the overall balance down but due to an oversight on my part I did not pay the final £120

 

This default was added to my Equifax credit report which says the default happened 03/05/03 and was in the name of 'Natwest Card Services'

 

When I applied for a credit report in 2007 I saw that this amount was still outstanding and so contacted Natwest and paid it off in full.

 

There was also another default notice for the same amount which was added to the report which says the default happened 14/03/05 and at that time I wrote to Triton and Natwest to try and have this removed but had no success.

 

I received an up to date copy of my Equifax report today and gladly the 2003 default has now vanished after 6 years, however the duplicate is still there but is now in the name of 'Fairmile Partnership 1 LLP' who I have never had any contact with.

 

I have looked on the internet and found no telephone contact details and sketchy address details. From my search I suspect that they may be linked to a company called AIC who are based in Basingstoke.

 

Does anyone have a phone number for Fairmile or can anyone confirm for sure if they are part of AIC?

 

Also, is there anyone else that I could contact about the duplicate default in order to have it removed?

 

I have just had a daughter 3 weeks ago and am getting married in August, soon I am planning on applying for a mortgage and I'm afraid that this will hinder me a great deal and hold up our lives for 2 years.

 

Thanks for any help.

John-Paul

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This is from companies house

 

Name & Registered Office:

FAIRMILE PARTNERSHIP 1 LLP

THE CLOCK TOWER OFFICE NO.5

CHINEHAM

BASINGSTOKE

HAMPSHIRE

RG24 8BQ

Company No. OC310906

 

spacer.gifspacer.gifspacer.gifspacer.gif Status: Active

Date of Incorporation: 07/01/2005

 

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Company Type: Limited Liability Partnership

Nature of Business (SIC(03)):

None Supplied

Accounting Reference Date: 31/05

Last Accounts Made Up To: 31/05/2008 (FULL)

Next Accounts Due: 28/02/2010

Last Return Made Up To: 07/01/2009

Next Return Due: 04/02/2010

Previous Names: No previous name information has been recorded over the last 20 years.

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Seems this company changes its name a lot and as of the 12/06/2009 they will be known as FAIRSTORE LIMITED

If I have been of help to you please feel free to click my scales to the left Thanks.:)

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Finally if you succeed with your claim please consider a donation to consumer action group as those donations keep this site alive.

 

CARTER V Co-Op

BANK CHARGES

REFUNDED £3567

 

POMPEYFAITH V Co-Op PPI

OFFER MADE BUT REFUSED

ONGOING AND STILL ONGOING

NOW WITH THE OMBUDSMAN

 

R.I.P BOB aka ROOSTER-UK you have always been a Gent on these boards and you will be remembered for that.

 

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I checked on Companies House that AIC own one third of Fairmile (i.e. there are 3 partners/members in total, with AIC being one of them).

 

I have also had problems with Fairmile Partnership 1 LLP / Allied International Credit. I have my own thread with a sample letter that you are more than welcome to use.

 

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