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Is it safe to put a signature on a statute barred letter

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Can you send a statute barred letter without a signature or can you just put a squiggle on it instead of your real signature.:confused:

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I'd use a digital signature, I simply have no faith in the Debt Collection Industry.

 

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I don't think it matters so much for statute barred, but I personally would never sign, only print names.

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If they have contacted you at an address, and you are replying from that address, don't sign. They have accepted you are who you say you are by writing to you in the first place.

 

Those of us who are a wee bit paranoid would be worried about a DCA knocking up some sort of acknowledgement in the Limitation Period if they had your signature handy.;)

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I would personally NEVER sign any letter sent to any DCA!!!!

 

In theory, if a DCA had a signed letter of acknowledgement from you within the last 6 years a debt would not be statute barred......... You can see where I'm going with this, can't you? ;)

 

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Never, ever trust a DCA with your signature ;)


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actually why respond at all, you could just file under ignore.

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Take a look at the attachment, you can use that, or use a digital signature or simply sign your name with an added initial, letter, or line through it;)

ANTITAMPERSIGN.jpg


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I would even be wary of using that attached, I personally could extract a signature signed over that using photo shop, and if i can do it i am sure some "artist" working for a DCA could do the same.

 

Go onto Google images and type in your name followed by signature and you'll be surprised what turns up, use one of them suitably changed i do and it looks very real ;)

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Which DCA can you name that has fraudulentley provided evidence to a debtor or court?

There is none!

Well at least, none recorded:D

 

There are a thousand and one things I can do on photo shop, all of them would lead me to serving time at her Majestys pleasure if I ever made them public. In fact I don't even need to use photoshop to fabricate a signature, the advice given is just sound solid advice that is another tool in the Caggers toolbox, failing to provide a signature is just another stalling tactic OC's and DCA's like to use.

 

That attached is (hopefully) soon to be avilable to use for any Cagger (for a nominal fee) that wishes too.

 

The guidance given by those who use CAG is that you always communicate in writing, never speak to DCA's. always send letters via recorded delivery, and never sign, but always print your signature...


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Which DCA can you name that has fraudulentley provided evidence to a debtor or court?

There is none!

Well at least, none recorded:D

 

There are a thousand and one things I can do on photo shop, all of them would lead me to serving time at her Majestys pleasure if I ever made them public. In fact I don't even need to use photoshop to fabricate a signature, the advice given is just sound solid advice that is another tool in the Caggers toolbox, failing to provide a signature is just another stalling tactic OC's and DCA's like to use.

 

That attached is (hopefully) soon to be avilable to use for any Cagger (for a nominal fee) that wishes too.

 

The guidance given by those who use CAG is that you always communicate in writing, never speak to DCA's. always send letters via recorded delivery, and never sign, but always print your signature...

 

or the cheaper and easier way is to include an extra letter (say a middle name iniitial or just add one at random) to your normal signature so it looks the same

 

aleternative you could remove a letter and the signature will not look too different

 

 

IF you get that signature back on a document you will then have proof positive that is has been lifted and copied

 

IMO the chances of even a dca doing this are about the same as me getting katherine jenkins and nigella lawson in bed with me at the same time!!

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failing to provide a signature is just another stalling tactic OC's and DCA's like to use.

 

Seen that happen a lot. Cag has ready replies to most of them.

 

If you know it is statute barred and have not signed the letter, motives for sending further letters to you become more questionable as to why they need a signature or further reply.

 

Personally I would not even waste the time telling them what they already know, up to them to realise you know too.

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