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Marbles to Aviemore,now I'm worried.

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My Marbles card was transferred to Aviemore a while ago and the interest rate was hiked up to 39.9% and it worked out that I was just managing to clear the interest each month which seemed ridiculous.

 

I sent Aviemore a CCA request and when it went past the 12+2 days I sent the accounbt in dispute letter.

 

Today I received a reply to say they were obtaining the agreement from HSBC,now I must be really thick but I didn't realise that they were a part of HSBC and I'm now really worried.

 

I have my current account with HSBC and need to know if they can take money from my account.

 

I am really peeved as I have had the card for around ten years and have always paid on time and never exceeded my limit,with the old interest rate I could pay them and only stopped making any payments two months ago.

 

Have I been really stupid or is there any way I can recover from this situation?

 

Any advise would be really welcome.

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Hiya westendwendy :)

 

Not sure who owns Aviemore but Marbles were part of the HSBC group, it may be that Aviemore have applied to HSBC for a copy of your original agreement, I would wait and see what they send you :).

 

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Hi wendy , I'm not sure if Marbles/Aviemore is still part of HSBC - I think they sold Marbles to Aviemore - which coud mean they're no longer connected and in a position to plunder your current account.

 

There's a thread here which might give you some ideas about how to proceed from here - I particularly like the one pete came up with about switching your CC to a 0% interest one - I think Virgin are advertising one for 16 months at 0% , with balance transfers too ......

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/hsbc-bank/149169-hsbc-marbles-aviemore.html

 

See how you get on with the thread and of course come back if you're still pondering - :)


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Hee -hee , I'm getting senile - it was me who suggested the 0% interest account :confused::rolleyes:


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