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1) if i have a debt with a credit card company can they sell it without telling me ?


2) if so how ?


3) if a debt collection company 'claim' that they have bought it and the original credit will not answer me when i ask what should i do ?


4) can they sell it if the account is 'in dispute' as they have not provided me with a CCA ?


5) if they can't sell it (as in 2) ) and they do, what can / should i do ?



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They shouldn't sell it or pass it on without issuing you with a Notice of Assignment but a little thing like conforming to the law doesn't stop them. You can tell the agency that you will have no correspondence with them until you receive a Notice of Assignment served in accordance with the Law of Property Act 1925 S136 from the original creditor.

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