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Couple of bits of advice please

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I have received a letter from Cap 1 following my letter with the offer of pro rata payments and I/E details. They have asked for copies of my bank statement and wage slips ..... now in theory I have no problem providing this, but I do not want them gaining information about my employer and starting to ring me there. I am sure that I've read that a creditor has no right to these documents, help? Also, if they are not, do I write to them again or ignore their request and just keep paying my pro rata amount.

 

I have received a letter from a DCA after I sent them an Account in Dispute letter approx 6weeks after I CCAd them. They are basically saying that these tings take time. I would like to reduce my payment to just a token of £1 per month ..... just wondering if most people who are not provided with their CCA end up reducing their payments or even not paying at all???

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no cca no enforceable debt so stop paying them

 

and no they are not entilted to the info they are requesting


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Not they are not entitled to that info, only a court can request that.:p

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Thanks, shall I just ignore their request??

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If it is not the one in dispute just keep paying the pound. They have no right to that information.

For the one in dispute, just stop paying until they produce a CCA. Then, have it checked out for enforcability.

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