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I sent a CCA to Connaught Collections, for a debt Relating to 1st Credit Ltd.

They claimed I had an outstanding balance, that they were chasing on behalf of 1st.

I have had no communication from 1st Credit whatsoever, and included this information in the CCA.

 

I sent the letter recorded post, with £1 postal order on the 11th June 2009.

 

I have now received a new letter from Connaught (dated 12/07/2010) claiming they sent the supporting paperwork (which I have not received) and are continuing with the threats of Court Judgements.

 

I'd like advice on what to do next.

 

Surely they have taken too long to respond, and failed to actually produce any documents.

 

Please help.

 

Simon

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ignore them, they have to prove they sent any paper work, or better still send them the account in dispute letter.

 

do you have any idea what this debt is? you do know that 1st credit is a debt collector that farms out collections to their mates down the hall called connaughts

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The debt was from a CC, via MBNA, which I had trouble paying, and wrote to. I explained I couldn't keep up repayments, and offered a sum I could afford. I had no response for a year or 2, then the Harrassing Letters from Connaught started.

 

Since I hadn't heard of 1st Credit, I sent the CCA, and here we are now, 1 year after asking for the proof.

 

Thanks for the quick reply :)

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Send dispute letter and remind them of their obligations under CCA1974.

Mention they have DEFAULTED ON THE REQUEST FOR THE CCA IN 2009 THERE THE ALLEGED DEBT IS ALREADY IN DISPUTE AND THAT ALL COLLECTION ACTION

MUST NOW CEASE UNTIL THEY COMPLY WITH YOUR ORIGINAL CCA REQUEST.

MBNA are well known for not having agreement enforceable or otherwise.

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