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Hi, everybody i have several debts with the williams group. i am having problems with payments/reliable collections. i have only been with the williams group for about eleven months. i clicked theT&Cs, and have since read them. i downloaded the set of T&Cs which comes before you apply for an account, and i have the customers T&Cs which are exactly the same. i have never recieved an agreement to sign,and i have read both sets of T&Cs and nowhere does it mention that because i have clicked the T&Cs; i have electronically signed up for an agreement. i want to request a CCA, but i dont know on what grounds. all help would be gratefully appreciated. regards bigpaddy.

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You don't need any ground, just a £1 fee.

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thanks conniff. i have so been messed around by these companies, i want to find out if the agreements are legal. i have the T&Cs which i have down loaded which all refer to the acts from 1974, i have recieved no amendments or information from these people about the change in the law. if you download there T&Cs now there are no amendments. so i have to abide by the T&Cs that this company have sent me. what do you think.

 

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