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Hi , am right in saying ,that the CCA does not cover mobile phone contracts,thanks.Steve

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Hi, Steve.

 

This 'link' will clarify...............

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/telecoms-mobile-fixed/70464-mobile-phone-companies-consumer.html

 

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Scott.


 
 

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thanks for your reply, i am also wondering ,do these phone operators have to have a signed contract to enforce,outstanding debts,thanks.Steve

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Hi, Steve.

 

I honestly don't know :rolleyes:

 

I'll move this thread to a more appropriate Forum, where hopefully you'll get the answer your looking for.

 

Regards.

 

Scott.


 
 

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No - nothing needs a 'signed' contract. Only the proof that you (at some time) paid for services, which proves that you entered into the arrangement and are comitted to its terms and conditions. If you've never made a payment, then it can reasonably be argued you never entered into the contract and can rebut their claims.

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