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Hello All - quick bit of advice please. Hillsden Securities bought my credit card debt off Virgin Money - despite a CCA request back in Oct/Nov 09 - I have received nothing from them - infact I have no evidence at all they own the debt!! I noticed from Credit Expert they are reporting a default against me - surely they cannot do this?? Do I write to them and who do I complain to?

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if the debt actually exists and is yours, getting default removed is going to difficult..remember just because they have failed to send cca does not mean debt just doesnt exist it just means they cannot enforce without going to court

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If they have bought the debt,then they are required to re-register any defaults in their name.

Virgin Money had a duty to inform you that they had sold your account.

Make a further CC request to Hillesden and include a request for a copy of the notice of assignment,a copy of the deed of assignment,and a copy of their complaints procedure.

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To be fair Virgin did issue a default (and told me Hillsden had bought debt) and Hillsden claim to have bought the debt under a 'Deed of Assignement (Absolute)' though despite repeated requests they have provided no copy of this, CCA or indeed anything else. I am currently in the process of adding a notice of correction to my file

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Ok if VM did issue a DN and informed you of assignment,then they followed correct procedure.

Again though,they should be in posession of your account paperwork.

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In addition, have you posted Virgins DN on here for people to check its valid?

omnia praesumuntur legitime facta donec probetur in contrarium

 

 

Please note: I am not a member of the legal profession, all advice given is purely my opinion, if in doubt consult a professional

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You will not see a Deed of Assignment. That is a list of business transactions with your debt being only one on the list and only a court can order it to be produced. What you are looking for is a Notice of Assignment from Virgin Money to say the debt has been assigned to Hillesden. And I wouldn't be fair to any of them until I had seen a copy of the agreement and had checked that the Default Notice was lawful. If you post it, cover over your personal details. If you don't get a copy of the agreement within 12+2 days then send Hillesden the Account in Dispute letter. Show them you are in charge of this , not them. They have no power over you whatsoever and like all DCAs they are all wind.

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