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Hi Guy's

 

I was just looking for a possible solution to a possible challenge.

 

An alleged debt is passed from OC to DCA on the way between £30 is added to the balance.

 

The original amount from the OC is paid but not the £30.

 

What can be done to stop the DCA chasing this charge?

 

 

Thanks for any feedback

 

Regards

 

David

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would it say anything in the credit agreement about this charge?

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There would be no agreement as such, lets say a phone bill for instance?

 

 

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David

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Surely even with a phone bill there must be some terms and conditions setting out obligations of both parties.

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Then I would advise them of where to stick their 30 quid......

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Great answer, anything in particular that could be quoted?

 

 

Regards

 

David

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The question..."On what basis are you charging 30 quid?"

 

:)

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dear sirs

 

i note that you bear a strange resemblance to a pelican

 

You can stick your bill up your arse just like a pelican!

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dear sirs

 

i note that you bear a strange resemblance to a pelican

 

You can stick your bill up your arse just like a pelican!

 

 

:lol:

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