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IF a default is not compliant - is this grounds for removal?

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Whilst I appreciate that the registration of late markers on credit accounts will always be a bit of a grey area when the OC doesn't have a CCA, would the issue of a dodgy DN (date issues, incorrect amounts etc) give sufficient grounds for removal of said DN with the CRA's?

 

Just a thought- I wonder if an argument could be made out of it?

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The default has to be correct or its not worth the paper its printed on. This will have to be resolved with the OC as the CRA's will fob you off.


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Once an account has been terminated on the back of a dodgy DN, then it no longer exists.. and if the DN was dodgy then it shouldn't have been registered with the CRA's- its arguably false information.. therefore is there a clear path to have it removed?

 

Thats my chain of thought anyway.

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