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I was given a CCJ and subsequently got it set aside.


However the CCj still appear on my credit file.


I wrote to equifax and sent a copy of the set aside order from the judge.


Equifax refuse to accept this and say that I need to send £15 to the court to get a copy of the satisfaction/cancellation notice and get proof from the plaintiffs.


Is this correct?


As they are procesisng the data surely it is their job to make sure it is correct.


Thanks in advance.

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I beieve tat this is true.


Under the data protection act a data collector has a responsibility to ensure that the data is correct.


(can't remember the exact section that says that).


I feel it should be their responsibility to ensure that the data is up to date.

remembering that it's their business to keep data on people, they decided that they wanted to do that, nobody asked them to!, so they should surely have the responsibility to keep that information up to date. -at their cost...


but that's just what I feel should happen, not what legally should happen. perhaps write to them reminding them of their duties.

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