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CCA dispute and mis-sold PPI claim?

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I am about to embark on a course of action against MBNA:


1st: I don't think I have an enforcable CCA agreement.


2nd: I am certain I was mis-sold payment protection insurance. At the time I took out the credit card, I was self-employed and I was not asked any questions about my medical history (I am diabetic).


From looking carefully through this site, I am comfortable with how to tackle these, but should I tackle the unenforcable CCA first then the mis-sold PPI second? I'm thinking that if I tackle the mis-sold PPI first, that will just get credited to my account, which will be ultimately be written off anyway, due to the unenforcable CCA agreement.


If I tackle the unenforcable CCA agreement first, and have the account written off, then later tackle them later for the mis-sold PPI, I may actually be more in pocket.


Or am I flawed in my thinking somewhere.

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One would ask if the debt was written off can you claim the PPI back because the debt would not be there anymore on paper ?


I would scan and post the agreement on here so folk can have a look at it who are more experienced in pulling agreements apart first.


Tricky one but your call



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