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Please advise, I received a letter from this company called Cabot to say they are visiting me next Friday.I received a letter a month before from them asking me to contact them. I never did, I do have debts from some 9 years ago, Are they bailiffs? And what should I do?

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Does the letter actually say visiting or calling?

 

No they are not bailiffs they are debt collectors with as much power as the postman.

 

Send them this; http://www.consumerforums.com/resources/templates-library/86-debt-collectors/573-general-debt-letter-if-you-know-nothing-of-the-debt


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It says we will be calling on the 21st August between 8am and 9pm.

I took this to mean a call to my property.

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It's highly unlikely that anyone would call, the idea is to get you to phone them so that they can bully you into paying. But if anyone does, just tell them to _____ off using an expletive of your choice.

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Thank you. Just one more thing, how would they have found my details as I have married and have not used my maiden name since 2003 and have moved house 3 times and i'm not on the electrol register.

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Please advise, I received a letter from this company called Cabot to say they are visiting me next Friday.I received a letter a month before from them asking me to contact them. I never did, I do have debts from some 9 years ago, Are they bailiffs? And what should I do?

Thanks

 

if anyone does turn up, call the police immediately


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It'll be calling as in telephone calling, as said it's highly unlikely that they'll pay a visit. Just send the Statute Barred letter recorded delivery. The onus is on them to prove otherwise & if they continue to pursue you can complain to the regulatory authorities. ;)


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