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Can anyone advise me, as to if the sky contract and terms and conditions are subject to the CCA 1974 or indeed any other legislation.

 

I do not remember having seen any contract or terms and conditions, I have been a sky customer for many many years and I am having a problem with a disputed account.

 

All comments and advice will be gratefully received.:);)

 

 

"EXEMPLO DUCEMUS"

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you do not have a credit agreement agreement with sky so not covered by cca,

 

if you want to expand maybe able to help

 

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what is the reason for the dipsute?

 

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IdaInFife,

Thank you for the swift reply.

I am disputing the monies due and would like to obtain a copy of the alleged contract, that I did not sign and the terms and conditions that I never received.:confused:

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Send them a CPR request, which from what I believe covers pretty much anything. Then by law there would have to produce the documents, if there dont you can take them to court and get the judge to order them.

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i think you mean sar

 

ida

 

if the sky contract is not covered by the cca, i take it defaults are recorded much the same as mobile phone contracts

 

is that correct

 

and sky would only have to serve a termination notice and not a default notice

 

is that correct

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CPR from what I believe is used when looking at putting a case together against somebody, but you unable to do so without the full information, in this case documents relating to the contract and T&C's.

 

CPR can be used and if Sky produce the documents within its reply to CPR, then the claimaint has no reason to take it any further.

 

For example, the claimant wants to bring a court case together to order Sky to stop chasing payment due to no contract, but how can you put that case together when you dont know if they have that contract or not, so you got to request it, thats when CPR is used??

 

Nothing has to be in motion to request under CPR

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Nice Healthy Debate

 

In Your Case It Would Be An Sar

 

I Have Used Cpr Meny Times Ref Court Docs

 

I Might Myself Be Missing Some Thing So Ill Wait For More Replies On This

 

First To Bow Head In Shame If Wrong

We All Have To Learn

 

is Pt Or Stephen About

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to be honest i could be wront postggj, its just the idea i have got after doing hours and hours of research in to CPR and its legislation, only cause I have CPR'ed cap one and there have failed in two occasions and am planning to take them to court now. sorry of topic

 

hopefully someone will pop by and confirm ethier eay !

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you wouldn't neccessarly have a written contract with sky.

 

they do paperless contracts and abide by their terms and conditions when you activate the viewing card.

 

as posttgg says you would need to send a sar to see how you signed up

 

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Your SAR won't give you your Terms & Conditions - these are dynamic and change often (you've already agreed they can do this), simply by paying them you've agreed to the terms - no need to 'sign' anything.

 

You need to get to the bottom of the original dispute and sort out the amounts. For the record, Sky refused to deal with me, and I had to take them to court. They settled 2 days before the case called.

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Hello All,

 

Received the following from Wescot today after having sent them the "Do not acknowledge any debt to you or any company you claim to represent" and the" NO Doorstep Collection" visitors letter.

 

All comments will be gratefully received.

 

 

"EXEMPLO DUCEMUS"

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can't comment much as we don't know what the dipsute is about. wescot will cme back either closing it adn transferring to someone else or will still persue

 

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Did you pay Sky for your services? If so - there is no need for them to provide a contract (signed or otherwise), you will be deemed to have agreed to whatever their current terms are at the time your services started, and then any variation thereof subsequently.

 

Since you are asking the DCA to ask Sky whether you are/were a customer, Sky will confirm this, and collection resume. It might be helpful if you could exand on what the claim is actually about, as trying to reject their terms because you hadn't signed anything will ultimately fail.

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Hello all,

 

My post #5, Wescot letter, Quote, ("When you signed the contract with our client,it was stated in your terms and conditions".)

I await the proof from Wescot that I actually signed a contract with their clients and was provided with terms and conditions.

 

I will update with any future further developments.

 

 

"EXEMPLO DUCEMUS"

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Afraid this is a 'form letter' - and from the monkey, not the organ grinder.

 

As I mentioned earlier - Sky will confirm and the process continues. Wescot could say anything 0 but the KEY issues is NOT their errors, but any Sky have made. So with respect, instead of looking for loopholes, attack the root problem - what was the issue?

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