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Hi all..

I wonder if anyone cas help.

 

I have just payed off my overdraft with HSBC and had a few hundred in credit as a result.

I have now seen that they have taken £200 from my account.

On enquiry, i was told that this was against a credit card i had with them..

My husband sent a cheque ( we are in the process of finding out exaclty what happened to this cheque!) For the full owed ammount.. £1600 ish around a yr ago.

I therefore thought it had been payed off and game over..

But, I now find, there has been no payments for 2 yrs according to them.

It was passed to Metropolian Collections and now is in the hands of another agency which may be Allied. But, as i have no record of known corresponcence, wheni call they pass me to a call waiting and then answer phone. I have attempted to conact them all morning to no avail!

 

Apart from the obvious chech on the.... Cheque that was sent, what is my next move??

 

Cheers, rather stessed here!

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When you cleared the balance was there any interest added after ... this is usually what they do I would send a SAR to the bank to see what charges they have added


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As of yet, they are saying that nothing at all has been paid for 2 yrs and no payement was recieved at all with regards to that cheque. Sadly i dont think its as easy as interest :O(

I have read about the CCA letter.. is it worth sending one off to the agency that are supposed to be dealing with this 'debt'? Whats a SAr.. im so new to this, lol

And I spelt HSBC wrong do'h

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sorry... it didnt display it all ... i haveno read what an SAR is

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A sar is a request for all the data that the bank holds on you -- All your statements ect. The Consumer Forums - Bank charges templates (consumer) the letter to send is letter 2 . this costs £10

 

I would certainly send a CCA request off to the DCA that has approached you that can be found here The Consumer Forums - Debt collectors letter 8 and costs £1

 

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I have amended the title as well :)


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Hehe thank you for the help.

How on earth do they expect people to settle debts in any way shape or form if they dont tell you a thing about them?

pft...

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