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Hi! I just recently registered to CAF. I would like to ask if anybody can give me advice with regards to our debt problems. We are currently under Debt Management Programme with Payplan for almost three years now and total of approximately £60,000 of debt still because of the creditors unending charges of interest, two of them, Natwest and Asset Link, had successfully charged it against our property. Wrote a complaint to Blackhorse, one of the creditors, because of their unending charges and interests, inspite of the DB programme and seems not interested in freezing their charges (and these includes two HSBC credit cards and one Natwest credit card). I had a feeling that most of the CCA are not enforceable (if this is the term being used now based on the forums that I've read). We are thinking to write directly to each of the creditors about this CCA but don't know how to start. Please help. Any suggestions and assistance will be highly appreciated.

 

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You can send them this http://www.consumerforums.com/resources/templates-library/86-debt-collectors/581-cca-request-letter print your name do not sign it, enclose a £1 postal order and post it recorded delivery. When you start receiving them back if you start a new thread for each one we'll be able to advise & things won't get confusing.

 

Any that are enforceable you should be able to get the amount reduced by sending a SAR, but we'll cross that bridge when we reach it. ;)


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:):):)Thanks very much for your help. I will be sending this to each of them and hopefully to receive replies. I'll be posting the results very soon!

 

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They have 12 working days from receipt of your request to supply the information, if they fail to do so you can send the 'In Dispute' letter http://www.consumerforums.com/resources/templates-library/86-debt-collectors/571-failiure-to-provide-a-copy-of-the-agreement-within-the-prescribed-timescale and legally withold payment until they do. ;)


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Hi! I would like to ask the reason why do we don't need to sign the CCA request letter? Many thanks!:)

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It has been alleged that peoples signatures have been used when someone wants to be creative with Photoshop and recreate certain documents. ;)


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You can sign it if you want, but there is a rumour out there that some creditors might lift it and use it,if they have not got your signature on an agreement. So do not sign just in case.

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:):)Many thanks! I'll post the results very soon!

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:)Hi! I sent all the letters last week and only Blackhorse responded and sent me a photocopied CCA but not so sure if it is enforceable or not. Shakespeare Solicitors responded in behalf of Natwest bank and informed me that they forwarded the request to Natwest and will just have to wait for the response. But the rest like Asset Link, Shoosmiths, Natwest Credit Card and HSBC Credit card have not responded as of this date.:mad::confused: Is there any claim department or agencies who can legally deal with them without charging fees per agreement?:confused:I have inquired to some of them but they are charging between £199 up to £210 per agreement. I just read on other sites that they don't have to charge for anything, is this true?:confused: I hope someone can give me the latest information.

 

Many thanks!!!:):)

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There is nothing that these companies can do for a ridiculous fee what you can't do yourself for free through this site. :)

 

If you post up the CCA from Blackhorse, removing personal details, we'll have a look at it for you.

 

As for those that haven't replied, they have 12 working days from receipt of your request so they still have a couple of days left yet. If you still don't receive them you can send them this letter; http://www.consumerforums.com/resources/templates-library/86-debt-collectors/571-failiure-to-provide-a-copy-of-the-agreement-within-the-prescribed-timescale


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:):)Many thanks for your reply. I'll post it very soon! Is there any government agencies which deals with this?

 

Many thanks again!!!!:)

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There are several regulatory bodies which oversee this industry which you can complain to, but non that will help you challenge the enforceability of any agreements. That's something you will have to do yourself. ;)


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