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Hi

 

I have a old debt a Co-op credit card, Which I was unable to keep up the payments cos of lack of work and in ill health for the last two years.

 

The debt was sold or passed to Equidebt ltd , and collection is under Geofrey parker bourne , solicitors .

 

The CCJ was by installments of £2-00 per month dec 2006, since then i have had to pay increasing amounts of money , now standing at £10-00 per month.

 

I have asked for a write off , waiver of debt on health grounds to solictors no reply at all, nor to a CCA request ,which i now know to have been voided by the CCJ order ( as said by a forum member)

 

I have got on my desk, paperwork for a set aside request of a CCJ order and the paperwork for a request to be not liable for any FEEs ,that i might have had to pay to process it , I qualify on Pension credit etc.

 

Now my point of thinking at the moment is to say to the solicitors that I am going back to the £2-00 per month as thecourt CCJ ordered me to pay.

 

Then again I want to get shut of the whole thing as it effects my health ,and in all probability I might not live long enough for them to get anything worthwhile back for the debt.

 

I mean its only £24-00 a year ,Thats 142 years at that rate !!, I have another one at that rate too !!, but at 48 years to run !!.

 

So what do you , my learned friends think I should do , my ultimate aim is to get shut of it all together.

 

Dozy

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