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after many phone calls with geko i agreed a 4 phone package 4 my family providing they ported my number which i needed to keep before we went on holliday,they said no problem i stressed i would send back phones if this was not done,i sent phones back recorded delivery in december now after many phone calls to geko and orange i have a letter from debt collectors for £2,560.05,the contract was never signed by me as i was working away geko faxed it to my house and my wife signed it,where do i stand.

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I take it they are pursuing you as the contract is in your name.

 

If your wife signed it then you could state that the contract was signed without your consent by a 3rd party, as such you feel it is not enforcable, because you did not sign or agree to the contract. - This is a dangerous course of action though, as it could conceivably land your wife in hot water. It could be argued that she knowingly agreed the contract under false pretences or fraudultently.

 

If your getting nowhere with phone calls try setting out your position clearly and concisley in an email to executive.office@orange-ftgroup.com and send Orange a recorded delivery letter along with proof of return of the goods and asking them to cancel the contract given the circumstances.

 

I'd also seperately contact the DCA, again in writing, preferably recorded delivery advising that you are in contact with Orange as the debt is disputed and asking that they hold further activity for a period of for example 30 days to allow you to resolve the matter.

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